Firefighters clear rubble at a destroyed cultural center, used as a humanitarian aid center, hit by an airstrike on May 12, in Derhachi, near Kharkiv, Ukraine, on Wednesday.
Dimitar Dilkoff/AFP/Getty Images
Grid’s daily curation of images from the war in Ukraine, taken by some of the world’s finest photojournalists.
The outbreak in North Korea will be devastating for the country; it may even threaten the regime.
Russian mistakes, Ukrainian resilience and NATO support have narrowed the options for how the conflict might end.
Global Security Reporter
Week 12: Ukraine’s defense ministry reports that 264 Ukrainian soldiers, including more than 50 who are seriously wounded, at the Azovstal steel plant have surrendered to Russian forces.
From covid to the war in Ukraine, China has ramped up its efforts to influence public opinion across the world.
The "Great Replacement Theory" is a global phenomenon.
It’s a $28 billion question for Ukraine and a crucial question for the rest of the world: Can Ukraine plant crops in the middle of a war?
Hundreds of thousands in Shanghai have volunteered to ease a lockdown crisis. Not all are sure they’re doing the right thing.
The Bulgarian government has been providing financial aid to hotel owners hosting refugees at their resorts. But that program is about to end — just as the crucial summer tourist season begins.
What NATO's new Nordic bastion means for Europe's security
Russia has weathered punishing sanctions surprisingly well. A long war may change that.