People cast their votes in controversial referendums at a hospital in Donetsk Oblast, Ukraine, on Sept. 24.
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What Friday’s land grab really means.
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The new U.K. leader’s plan to solve the crisis has sparked fresh problems and questions about her political future.
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It will be days before the extent of the destruction is known.
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China spent billions on aid to the Pacific over the last decade. Now the U.S. is trying to catch up.
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Week 30: More than 250,000 Russians have left the country since Putin called for a new mobilization.
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This week’s Global Grid conversation suggests the Kremlin wasn’t prepared for what followed Putin’s address to the nation
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The women who created Russia’s most prominent independent TV channel discuss what has happened to the media — and to Russia itself.
Grid reporters answer five key questions about the pipeline attack.
In much of the rich world, governments and central banks face twin challenges: sluggish economic growth and high inflation.
A former Russian TV journalist thinks Putin's Ukraine war mobilization order will prove to be his least popular decision ever.
Italy’s elections this weekend look set to deliver a set of firsts: the country’s first female leader, Giorgia Meloni, as well as its first far-right one since the fascist Italian dictator Benito Mussolini.
It’s been less than a week since Vladimir Putin made his bombshell announcement of a 'partial mobilization' of Russians to enlist for the fight in Ukraine.
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.
The death of 22-year-old Mahsa Amini in police custody has led to the largest protests in Iran in years. She was arrested for not wearing a headscarf.
Russia’s war in Ukraine has affected global supplies of not just food but also the fertilizers that are needed to grow crops around the world.
Week 29: A Kremlin announcement gives the first official count of casualties in Ukraine in more than six months.
In the wake of Russia’s latest nuclear threats, the Global Grid conversation looks at global support for Putin and his war.