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.
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On a critical day in the war, what didn’t happen was as surprising as what did.
The Russian leader’s world view is informed by things that happened more than a millenium ago.