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How Putin’s Ukraine war mobilization order changed everything in Russia: Panic, anger and calls to secede
World in Photos: Russians stand up to Putin over Ukraine mobilization – ‘Stop the war!’

World in Photos: Russians stand up to Putin over Ukraine mobilization – ‘Stop the war!’World in Photos: Russians stand up to Putin over Ukraine mobilization – ‘Stop the war!’

The Russian leader’s ‘partial mobilization’ has sparked confusion and anger in many parts of the country.

More than 150 world leaders came to speak to the U.N.; the speech that mattered most was made at the Kremlin

More than 150 world leaders came to speak to the U.N.; the speech that mattered most was made at the KremlinMore than 150 world leaders came to speak to the U.N.; the speech that mattered most was made at the Kremlin

Though the words were spoken nearly 5,000 miles from U.N. headquarters, Putin’s speech at the Kremlin landed with force at the General Assembly.

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World in Photos: One woman’s death sparks unrest and a crackdown across Iran

World in Photos: One woman’s death sparks unrest and a crackdown across IranWorld in Photos: One woman’s death sparks unrest and a crackdown across Iran

The death of Mahsa Amini in police custody has led to the largest protests in Iran in years.

Malaria cases surged in Central America after a fungal pandemic wiped out frogs

Malaria cases surged in Central America after a fungal pandemic wiped out frogsMalaria cases surged in Central America after a fungal pandemic wiped out frogs

The study offers one of the clearest links yet between biodiversity and public health.

Would U.S. statehood make relief any different for Puerto Rico after disasters like Hurricane Fiona?

Would U.S. statehood make relief any different for Puerto Rico after disasters like Hurricane Fiona?Would U.S. statehood make relief any different for Puerto Rico after disasters like Hurricane Fiona?

A SCOTUS ruling on health benefits may jeopardize future aid for Puerto Rico, an island at risk in the climate crisis.

NASA tests new asteroid-defense system even as it slashes funding for its mission to spot killer space rocks

NASA tests new asteroid-defense system even as it slashes funding for its mission to spot killer space rocksNASA tests new asteroid-defense system even as it slashes funding for its mission to spot killer space rocks

There are more than 10,000 asteroids known in near-Earth orbits of “city-buster” size. NASA is putting off a mission to find the ones we don’t know about.