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Black smoke rises from a military airport in Chuhuiv, near Kharkiv, Ukraine, on Thursday. Humanitarian organizations say Russian forces are using cluster munitions in their bombing and shelling of Ukraine. Aris Messinis/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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Karim A.A. Khan, the International Criminal Court's chief prosecutor, speaks during a news conference last August. The prosecutor has put combatants and their commanders on notice that he is monitoring Russia's invasion of Ukraine and has jurisdiction to prosecute war crimes and crimes against humanity. Marwan Ali/AP hide caption

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Magpies' unexpected reaction to GPS trackers may have revealed altruism in the birds

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Putin's invasion of Ukraine may be putting Russia's alliance with China to the test

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Samantha Power on meeting with refugees crossing out of Ukraine

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Many fleeing Ukraine were still rebuilding their lives after the 2014 Russian assault

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UN diplomats spoke out against Moscow in emergency meeting

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Physical evidence indicates that the coronavirus emerged at Wuhan seafood market

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In an effort to choke Russian economy, new sanctions target Russia's central bank

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Some effects of climate change are irreversible, but there's still hope

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Why Ukrainians are being treated differently than refugees from other countries

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