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  1. On the Anniversary of Ukraine’s Famine, Parallels to Russia’s Strikes Foreign, Yesterday

    The Holodomor commemoration came as President Vladimir V. Putin was accused of degrading Ukraine’s power grid to freeze the country into submission.

  2. Ukrainian Flags Are on Display All Over Maine. Why? National, Yesterday

    Like people in other states, Mainers want to show their solidarity with Ukraine. But it’s more than that.

  3. U.S. and NATO Scramble to Arm Ukraine and Refill Their Own Arsenals Foreign, Yesterday

    The West thought an artillery and tank war in Europe would never happen again and shrunk weapons stockpiles. It was wrong.

  4. Artillery Is Breaking in Ukraine. It’s Becoming a Problem for the Pentagon. Washington, November 25

    Ukrainian soldiers are firing thousands of shells daily, forcing the U.S. to replace gun barrels across the border in Poland.

  5. Kherson Evacuates Hospitals Under Relentless Russian Shelling Foreign, November 25

    “This is the revenge of those who lost,” the Ukrainian president, Volodymyr Zelensky, said of Russia’s attacks.

  6. Under a Cross Atop a Shallow Grave, He Found His Father Foreign, November 25

    The full extent of Russian war crimes in the city of Kherson and surrounding areas is just coming into focus. These were two of them.

  7. Putin holds a highly choreographed meeting with mothers of Russian servicemen. Foreign, November 25

    The televised event came amid intensifying public criticism over the conditions recent Russian conscripts have been forced to bear.

  8. Merkel says she lacked the power to influence Putin ahead of his invasion of Ukraine. Foreign, November 25

    Recounting her last state visit to Moscow in August of 2021, Angela Merkel noted that President Vladimir V. Putin would not meet with her alone, as he had done in the past.

  9. Plutocrats, Power and Philanthropy Letters, November 25

    Readers discuss a guest essay about recent misdeeds by four billionaires. Also: Pandemic cautions; moderate Republicans; Russian brutality in Ukraine.

  10. The November 25 Russia Ukraine War News live blog included one standalone post:
  11. Ukraine’s Allies Struggle to Agree on Plan to Curb Russia’s Oil Revenue Business, November 25

    The policy must be in place before an E.U. embargo on Russian oil imports kicks in on Dec. 5. The talks are set to resume next week.

  12. Under Missile Strikes, Ukrainians Haul Water, While Surgeons Work in the Dark Foreign, November 24

    “Every hour is getting harder.” Russia’s assault on Ukraine’s essential services has caused blackouts in hospitals and cut off power and water in cities.

  13. The parent of a tech giant known as ‘Russia’s Google’ wants to cut ties with the country. Foreign, November 24

    The move would be a setback to President Vladimir V. Putin’s efforts to develop homegrown substitutes for Western technology.

  14. The November 24 Russia Ukraine War News live blog included two standalone posts:
  15. The Glow of a Wedding Amid Bombs and Blackouts Op Ed, November 24

    How beauty in war can remind us of our humanity.

  16. ‘Every hour is getting harder’: Surgeons in Ukraine struggle to operate when the power goes out. Foreign, November 24

    The scene in a Kyiv hospital was a vivid illustration of the cascading toll Russia’s attacks are having on civilians far from the front lines.

  17. A pesar de las victorias, la guerra de Ucrania está lejos de terminar en Español, November 24

    Ucrania está a la ofensiva a lo largo de gran parte de la línea del frente de 965 kilómetros, y los rusos están agazapados a la defensiva. Pero aproximadamente una quinta parte del territorio ucraniano sigue ocupado por Rusia.

  18. A pesar de las victorias, la guerra de Ucrania está lejos de terminar en Español, November 24

    Ucrania está a la ofensiva a lo largo de gran parte de la línea del frente de 965 kilómetros, y los rusos están agazapados a la defensiva. Pero aproximadamente una quinta parte del territorio ucraniano sigue ocupado por Rusia.

  19. United States Enters a New Era of Direct Confrontation With Iran Washington, November 24

    The Biden administration has imposed new sanctions on Tehran and expressed support for protesters, as the Iranian government aids Russia in the Ukraine war and continues nuclear enrichment.

  20. A U.S.-Made Missile Went Astray in Ukraine, Injuring Civilians Foreign, November 24

    An air-launched AGM-88B missile, built to destroy enemy radars, apparently missed its target and hit an apartment building in Kramatorsk in September.

  21. Russian Missile Barrage Cuts Power and Water Across Ukraine Foreign, November 24

    Outages struck Kyiv and the surrounding region, as well as Lviv, Dnipro, Odesa and Kharkiv. Half of Moldova, whose grid is tied to Ukraine’s, also lost power.

  22. Russia Traffics in Ukrainian Children Op Ed, November 24

    Moscow takes children caught in war and then puts them up for adoption.

  23. Pope Francis compares Russia’s war against Ukraine to a devastating Stalin-era famine. Foreign, November 23

    The comparison to Stalin’s decision to let millions in Ukraine starve represents one of the pope’s strongest condemnations yet of the Russian invasion.

  24. Winter Cold Becomes a Weapon in Ukraine N Y T Now, November 23

    A barrage of Russian missiles causes power outages as temperatures drop.

  25. Your Thursday Briefing: Bombs Kill a Teenager in Jerusalem N Y T Now, November 23

    Plus: Blackouts in Ukraine, Japan’s soccer triumph and an A.I. Thanksgiving menu.

  26. Some Diplomats Say the Cap Should Be Lower Than the G7 Has Proposed Foreign, November 23

    The effort to negotiate a cap on the price of Russian oil is expected to resume, but when and where is not clear.

  27. The U.S. bolsters Ukrainian air defenses and long-range artillery. Washington, November 23

    A new shipment of $400 million in matériel underscores Ukraine’s battlefield priorities: shooting down waves of Russian missiles while continuing to push back Moscow’s ground forces.

  28. Defying Russian Missiles and Soviet Censors, Ukrainian Art Goes on Show Culture, November 23

    An exhibition in Spain is the first comprehensive survey of Ukrainian modernist art abroad. It was a long road from Kyiv to Madrid.

  29. The European Parliament backs designating Russia as a state sponsor of terrorism. Foreign, November 23

    The European Union’s only directly elected institution called on the bloc to “further isolate Russia internationally.”

  30. The BBC should have spoken out more about Russia during the 2018 World Cup, its soccer commentator says. Foreign, November 23

    Gary Lineker, a former England player and prominent TV presenter, said the broadcaster made a “mistake” that it would learn from in Qatar.

  31. Squatters can stay at a Russian oligarch’s Amsterdam mansion, a Dutch court rules. World, November 23

    The owner of the house is Arkady Volozh, the founder of the Russian tech colossus Yandex, who stepped aside after coming under E.U. sanctions.

  32. Squatters can stay at a Russian tech entrepreneur’s Amsterdam property, a Dutch court rules. Foreign, November 23

    The owner is Arkady Volozh, the founder of the Russian tech colossus Yandex, who stepped aside after coming under E.U. sanctions.

  33. A Russian missile strikes a maternity ward, killing a newborn, Ukraine says. Foreign, November 23

    “Grief fills our hearts,” a regional official said.

  34. Russian Missile Hits Hospital, Killing a Newborn, Ukraine Says Video, November 23

    Video from the scene shows the aftermath of a Russian missile hitting a hospital’s maternity ward in Vilniansk, in the Zaporizhzhia region, the Ukrainian authorities said.

  35. Missiles for Poland Raise Questions on NATO Stance in Ukraine War Foreign, November 23

    NATO is determined to help Ukraine battle Russia, but wants no direct part of the war. A new promise of air defense weapons for Poland may make that more complicated.

  36. The journalist behind the report of a Russian missile in Poland no longer works at The A.P. Business, November 23

    The NATO secretary general and Polish officials said the explosion was most likely caused by a Ukrainian air-defense missile that was fending off a Russian attack and went off course.

  37. Ukraine Raids Holy Site Amid Suspicion of Orthodox Church Tied to Moscow Foreign, November 22

    The security services said they searched for spies and weapons at the Monastery of the Caves in Kyiv. Dozens of priests have been arrested since the war began on charges of aiding Russia.

  38. Americans Will (Probably) Be Able to Vote in Eurovision Next Year Express, November 22

    For the first time, people in nonparticipating countries will be allowed to vote for their favorite songs. The contest announced changes after it found “voting irregularities” in the 2022 competition.

  39. Iranian Weapons Built With Western Semiconductors Despite Sanctions Washington, November 22

    Investigators in Kyiv found that explosive drones and other guided munitions provided to Russia are built mostly with parts from the United States, including many made since 2020.

  40. The war has further divided Orthodox churches in Ukraine. Foreign, November 22

    The leaders of the central branch of the Orthodox church in Ukraine made a formal break with the hierarchy in Moscow in April.

  41. Ukraine’s Allies Near Imposing Cap on the Price of Russian Oil Business, November 22

    E.U. diplomats aim to agree on a price this week, clearing the way to enforce the measure before a Dec. 5 deadline.

  42. Ukraine War Continues to Slow Global Growth, Report Says Business, November 22

    “Risks remain tilted to the downside,” the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development said, predicting economies will grow only 2.2 percent next year.

  43. Eastern Europe Was the Crucible of Modern Football. Now It’s a Wasteland. Op Ed, November 22

    The region has a story to tell about sporting destiny.

  44. For Ukraine, So Much Unexpected Success, and Yet So Far to Go Foreign, November 22

    Ukraine is on the offensive along most of the 600-mile front line, and the Russians are in a defensive crouch. But about one-fifth of Ukrainian territory is still occupied by Russia.

  45. Ukraine Remembers a Milestone on the Long Path to Putin’s War Foreign, November 22

    In hindsight, protests that began nine years ago and toppled a Ukrainian president were a pivot point in efforts by Vladimir V. Putin to exert Russian control over Ukraine.

  46. Grim Videos and a Troubling Question N Y T Now, November 21

    Footage suggests that a group of Russian soldiers captured by Ukrainian troops was killed at close range.

  47. Planning for a Dark Christmas in Kyiv Interactive, November 21

    Russian attacks have left millions across Ukraine without electricity. Our reporter went out in Kyiv to see how the city is preparing for a dark holiay.

  48. The November 21 Russia Ukraine War News live blog included one standalone post:
  49. U.N. inspectors report new shelling damage at the Zaporizhzhia nuclear complex. Foreign, November 21

    While there were no immediate safety concerns, the head of the U.N. nuclear watchdog said the scope of the damage “demonstrates the sheer intensity of the attacks on one of the world’s largest nuclear power plants.”

  50. On the River at Night, Ambushing Russians Foreign, November 21

    Ukrainian units plying the Dnipro River venture behind enemy lines under the cover of darkness, carrying out reconnaissance and sabotage.

  51. What Will Russia Without Putin Look Like? Maybe This. Op Ed, November 21

    The country isn’t doomed to repeat the past.

  52. Ukraine Plans Evacuations in 2 Stricken Cities as Temperatures Plunge Foreign, November 20

    The government is making plans to evacuate residents who want to leave from Kherson and Mykolaiv, where fighting has badly damaged the infrastructure.

  53. The November 20 Russia Ukraine War News live blog included three standalone posts:
  54. Videos Suggest Captive Russian Soldiers Were Killed at Close Range Video, November 20

    Videos circulating online and reported on by Russian state media have raised questions about whether Ukrainian soldiers committed a war crime.

  55. Videos Suggest Captive Russian Soldiers Were Killed at Close Range World, November 20

    Videos circulating online and reported on by Russian state media have raised questions about whether Ukrainian soldiers committed a war crime.

  56. Russia and Ukraine again trade blame for shelling at the Zaporizhzhia nuclear plant. Foreign, November 20

    The United Nations’ nuclear watchdog agency called the strikes “extremely disturbing.”

  57. At least 437 children have been killed in the war since February, Ukraine says. Foreign, November 20

    Andriy Kostin, Ukraine’s prosecutor general, said that the true numbers were likely to be far higher.

  58. The November 19 Russia Ukraine War News live blog included two standalone posts:
  59. As the War Rages, Ukraine Wages a Daunting Battle to Rebuild Foreign, November 19

    Fully 61,000 square miles could be littered with land mines and other explosives left by retreating Russian forces, while half the electric grid has been destroyed.

  60. Battered School Holds Memories of Collective Trauma in a Ukrainian Village Foreign, November 19

    In Yahidne, a village in northern Ukraine, a basement became a virtual prison for hundreds of residents for four weeks. Months later, that horror lingers.

  61. As tennis honors Sergiy Stakhovsky of Ukraine, he reflects on shifting his focus from sports to the war. Sports, November 19

    His career came to an abrupt end in February, when Russian forces invaded his country and he became a soldier.

  62. Train service between Kyiv and Kherson is restored after nine months. Foreign, November 19

    A train, carrying 200 passengers, made the 11-hour journey for the first time since Ukraine retook the city, a senior official said.

  63. The November 19 Russia Ukraine War News live blog included one standalone post:
  64. Russia Raises Hopes for Griner’s Release, but U.S. Says It’s Just Talk Foreign, November 19

    The State Department says Russia refuses to negotiate seriously to free the basketball star Brittney Griner, who was sent to a penal colony with a nine-year sentence on a cannabis charge.

  65. Digging In for Winter N Y T Now, November 18

    A slow grind on the battlefield appears likely in the coming months.

  66. Ukrainian Teenager Who Fled War Will Play at Carnegie Hall Culture, November 18

    Dmytro Tishyn, who left his hometown with only a backpack and his father’s bassoon, will be playing with the New York Youth Symphony on Sunday.

  67. Oil Prices Slide as Investors Worry Energy Demand Is Slowing Business, November 18

    The U.S. benchmark oil price fell to about $80 a barrel on Friday, and gasoline prices in some states are now close to $3 a gallon.

  68. As Griner enters a penal colony, Russia signals it is open to a prisoner swap. World, November 18

    Russia reiterated its openness to a prisoner exchange with the United States involving the notorious convicted arms dealer Viktor Bout.

  69. As Russia raises possibility of a deal to free Griner, U.S. officials dismiss it as mere talk. Foreign, November 18

    Russia reiterated its openness to a prisoner exchange with the United States involving the notorious convicted arms dealer Viktor Bout. The State Department says Russia refuses to negotiate in good faith.

  70. How Was Russia Able to Launch Its Biggest Aerial Attack on Ukraine? Foreign, November 18

    Western and Ukrainian officials have said Moscow’s stockpile of missiles was dwindling. But the assaults this week raise questions about that.

  71. Fui a Ucrania y vi una determinación de la que deberíamos aprender en Español, November 18

    Los ucranianos se han enfrentado a bombardeos, torturas y abusos sin ceder ante Rusia. ¿Estados Unidos y Europa mostrarán la misma resistencia?

  72. Fui a Ucrania y vi una determinación de la que deberíamos aprender en Español, November 18

    Los ucranianos se han enfrentado a bombardeos, torturas y abusos sin ceder ante Rusia. ¿Estados Unidos y Europa mostrarán la misma resistencia?

  73. Words Were Once His Harshest Weapon. Now He Carries an AK-47. Foreign, November 18

    Anton Filatov, a Ukrainian film critic, was pulled into a theater he never expected to enter: the front lines of war, where he now writes of the scene in the trenches instead of what’s onscreen.

  74. What Is ‘Friendshoring’? Sunday Business, November 18

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  75. Dutch Court Convicts 3 of Murder for 2014 Downing of Airliner in Ukraine Foreign, November 17

    The victim’s families drew some solace from the verdict, which placed responsibility for the tragedy squarely with Moscow, but the men found guilty may never be arrested.

  76. The November 17 Russia Ukraine War News live blog included one standalone post:
  77. Navalny says he is now in permanent solitary confinement. Foreign, November 17

    The Russian opposition leader has been jailed since March 2021 after surviving an assassination attempt that American intelligence agencies blamed on Russian security agents.

  78. The significance of the jet’s downing has increased with the war. Foreign, November 17

    The verdict offers a bare measure of justice for the 298 people killed in the downing of the jet, but it may set an example for possible prosecutions of Russian crimes during the current war.

  79. Russian attacks on Ukraine’s power grid are endangering nuclear plants, a U.N. agency warns. Foreign, November 17

    The director of the International Atomic Energy Agency called the effect of the strikes on the energy grid “very concerning.”

  80. Ukraine Is Advancing, and Russia Is Retreating, but President Zelensky Has a Big Problem Op Ed, November 17

    The economy is in tatters.

  81. How Ukraine Blew Up a Key Russian Bridge Interactive, November 17

    The attack severed a crucial Russian supply line and triggered a month of Russian airstrikes. Experts reconstructed how Ukraine pulled it off.

  82. The MH17 case: A timeline of tragedy and conflict. Foreign, November 17

    The disaster claimed 298 civilian lives, and came in the midst of a conflict that foreshadowed Russia’s full-scale invasion of Ukraine.

  83. For Ukraine, Keeping the Lights On Is One of the Biggest Battles Foreign, November 17

    This week’s missile assault by Russian forces has hit at least 15 energy facilities — some for the fifth or sixth time — forcing controlled blackouts in every part of the country.

  84. Anton Filatov’s Top 10 Films for Surviving a War Interactive, November 17

    Mr. Filatov, who has reviewed hundreds of films for Ukrainian publications, shares a list in English of 10 films that he says has helped him cope with fighting on the front lines of the war with Russia.

  85. ‘This Is Not Ukraine’s Fault’: Tensions Ease Over Missile Strike in Poland Foreign, November 17

    NATO and Polish officials said that it was a Ukrainian missile that crossed the border and killed two people, but that Russia bore the blame.

  86. In a Polish Village, Renewed Fears of War Spilling Over From Ukraine Foreign, November 16

    When missiles landed a few miles from the Ukrainian border, residents say they reignited fears that had largely calmed since the war’s early weeks.

  87. A deadly spillover in Poland National, November 16

    A Ukrainian air defense missile — not a missile fired by Russia — most likely caused an explosion.

  88. Electrical Cords, Metal Pipes: In Kherson, Signs of Torture Emerge Foreign, November 16

    The liberation of a Russian-held city was joyous. The revelations about what happened during occupation are anything but.

  89. Your Thursday Briefing: Crisis Averted? N Y T Now, November 16

    Leaders call an explosion in Poland an “unfortunate accident.” Plus, Tuvalu’s “digital twin.”

  90. The Fatal Blast in Poland Shows the Heightened Risk of Escalation Foreign, November 16

    The hasty and likely inaccurate reactions from some countries to the apparent explosion of a missile was worrisome, but so is Russia’s nuclear temptation in Ukraine.

  91. Here’s what we know about the S-300 missile, which was involved in the Poland blast. Foreign, November 16

    Both Russia and Ukraine have depended on the S-300 systems, which are built by Russia, as protection against incoming air assaults during the ongoing war.

  92. Poland reserved the right to invoke Article 4 of the NATO Treaty. Here’s what that means. Foreign, November 16

    The provisions are core parts of the NATO charter, but are not often invoked.

  93. A tiny Polish border village is the focus of global attention. Foreign, November 16

    Poland’s president said that a Ukrainian air defense missile had most likely caused a deadly blast there on Tuesday.

  94. As G20 Summit Ends, Divisions Persist on Russia Sanctions Foreign, November 16

    The meeting did not result in the customary joint communiqué, and the “leaders’ declaration” issued instead noted “different assessments” of the war in Ukraine.

  95. I Went to Ukraine, and I Saw a Resolve That We Should Learn From Op Ed, November 16

    Ukrainians have faced bombings, torture and rape without giving in to Russia. But will America and Europe show the same resolve? 

  96. NATO envoys gather as the explosion in Poland alarms the alliance. Foreign, November 16

  97. This is what Ukraine and its allies are saying about the explosion in Poland. Foreign, November 16

    Poland said a Russian-made missile was involved. Russia has denied involvement.

  98. Biden Pledges Support for Investigation Into Poland Blast Video, November 16

    President Biden expressed sympathy for the two people who died in an explosion near Poland’s border with Ukraine but suggested that the missile that detonated there had probably not been fired from Russia.

  99. How an American Survived Hiding From the Russians in Kherson for 8 Months Foreign, November 16

    Timothy Morales, a teacher, was trapped in the southern Ukrainian city during the occupation. To evade Russian troops, he rarely ventured out, switched apartments and pretended to be Irish.

  100. A Parade of Tankers Has Eased Europe’s Energy Crisis Business, November 16

    Chilled gas from the United States has helped replace fuel from Russia, upending European energy markets.

  101. Poland Suggests Russian-Made Missile Killed 2 Inside Its Borders Foreign, November 16

    The explosion in a Polish village across the border from Ukraine occurred as Russia bombarded Ukrainian cities with about 100 missiles.

  102. The White House requests nearly $48 billion from Congress for Ukraine and pandemic aid. Politics, November 15

    The request comes as lawmakers are beginning to work out the details of a sprawling spending package that must become law before Dec. 16 to avoid a government shutdown.

  103. Your Wednesday Briefing: Trump 2024? N Y T Now, November 15

    Plus a deadly explosion in Poland and a record-breaking global population estimate.

  104. A single fiery missile fragment brings terror and death to a Kyiv apartment building. Foreign, November 15

    Residents told of a frantic escape: “We were just running around, no idea what to do,” one said.

  105. At G20 Summit, Xi and Biden Offer Rival Visions for Solving Global Issues Foreign, November 15

    China and the United States showed how global summits are an arena for great powers to compete, with implications for the war in Ukraine and Asia’s future.

  106. Russian Missiles Hit Residential Buildings in Kyiv Video, November 15

    Kyiv’s mayor said that at least one person was killed after Russia struck the capital as part of a broad aerial attack targeting several cities across Ukraine.

  107. How Doctors View Patients With Disabilities Letters, November 15

    When patients with disabilities receive substandard care. Also: Kari Lake’s defeat; Mike Pence; Ukraine; South African coal; Apple’s betrayal; when to brush.

  108. A reopened rail route to Mykolaiv restores some order amid war. Foreign, November 15

    On Monday night, the first train from Kyiv departed for the Black Sea city, which had been pummeled for months by Russian attacks.

  109. Xi holds talks with Australia’s prime minister, ending a yearslong freeze in top-level talks. Foreign, November 15

    The meeting between the leaders of China and Australia during the Group of 20 summit was another sign that Beijing is looking more broadly to ease diplomatic rifts with Western countries.

  110. Ukraine’s 15,000-Mile Lifeline Magazine, November 15

    How the country’s vast rail system has helped it withstand an invasion.

  111. In Poland, a Warm Welcome for Ukrainian Refugees Wobbles Foreign, November 15

    Poland took in millions of people fleeing the war in Ukraine. But a vocal minority is trying to stoke tensions as Russian attacks threaten to prompt a new surge.

  112. As Europe Quits Russian Gas, Half of France’s Nuclear Plants Are Off-Line Business, November 15

    France’s state-backed nuclear operator is scrambling to overcome a monthslong crisis to get as many reactors as possible restarted before winter sets in.

  113. After the Biden-Xi meeting, Beijing signals optimism over relations with Washington. Foreign, November 15

    An upbeat photo in China’s main newspaper and comments by the foreign minister suggested that Beijing believes its relationship with Washington could improve.

  114. What is the G20? Washington, November 15

    The Group of 20 nations aims to unite world leaders around shared challenges. Here is a look at what it is and what it does.

  115. For Western Weapons, the Ukraine War Is a Beta Test Foreign, November 15

    Though the battle for Ukraine remains largely a grinding artillery war, new advances in technology and training there are being closely monitored for the ways they are starting to shape combat.

  116. Western Allies Look to Ukraine as a Testing Ground for Weapons World, November 15

    Though the battle for Ukraine remains largely a grinding artillery war, new advances in technology and training there are being closely monitored for the ways they are starting to shape combat.

  117. Leaders at the G20 summit urge an end to the Russia-Ukraine war. Foreign, November 15

    World leaders gathering in Indonesia said their nations faced challenges from conflict and economic headwinds.

  118. Accounts of Torture Emerge From Kherson, Ukraine’s ‘City of Fear’ Foreign, November 15

    Just days after the southern city of Kherson was liberated after eight months of Russian occupation, accounts of beatings, torture and disappearances are emerging.

  119. C.I.A. Director Warns Russian Counterpart Against Using Nuclear Weapons Washington, November 14

    William Burns’s talks with Russia’s foreign intelligence chief are the most senior in-person meetings since the start of the war in Ukraine.

  120. U.S.-Russia Talks N Y T Now, November 14

    The C.I.A. director met with his Russian counterpart at a pivotal moment in the war.

  121. Giuliani Will Not Face Federal Charges Over Lobbying, Prosecutors Say Metro, November 14

    Prosecutors had seized Rudolph Giuliani’s electronic devices but did not uncover sufficient evidence to charge him with a crime.

  122. The November 14 Russia Ukraine War News live blog included one standalone post:
  123. German Government Nationalizes Gas Unit Seized From Gazprom Business, November 14

    The former Gazprom Germania, a subsidiary of the Russian state-owned gas monopoly, is deemed essential to Germany’s energy security.

  124. The November 14 Russia Ukraine War News live blog included three standalone posts:
  125. The C.I.A. director meets with his Russian counterpart to warn against the use of nuclear weapons in Ukraine. Foreign, November 14

    The National Security Council said William J. Burns’s meeting was not in any way to negotiate or to discuss any settlement of the war in Ukraine.

  126. Russia’s Foreign Ministry denies a report that Lavrov was hospitalized in Bali. Foreign, November 14

    Sergei Lavrov is representing Russia at the G20 meeting in place of President Vladimir V. Putin, who decided not to attend.

  127. Ukraine’s Advances N Y T Now, November 14

    Russia has suffered serious losses recently.

  128. Russia Tried to Absorb a Ukrainian City. It Didn’t Work. Foreign, November 13

    In Kherson, national songs were banned, speaking Ukrainian could lead to arrest, and students were told they were Russian. Cue the resistance.

  129. Your Monday Briefing: Biden’s Asian Diplomacy N Y T Now, November 13

    Xi Jinping and President Biden will meet today, ahead of the G20 summit, and after Biden’s appearance at ASEAN.

  130. Russia’s War Hawks Step Up Criticism of the Military Over Kherson Withdrawal Foreign, November 13

    Even Vladimir Putin and the Russian government were targets, but there was no evidence that the volume of blame would be a real liability.

  131. Zelensky calls the fighting in Donetsk ‘hell,’ a sobering view after the recapture of Kherson. Foreign, November 13

    Some military analysts said that the recapture of Kherson might enable Ukraine to shift forces as well as artillery east to Donetsk.

  132. North Korea Sees New Opportunities in ‘Neo-Cold War’ Foreign, November 13

    Kim Jong-un has launched a record number of missiles this year, hoping to leverage the tension between the United States and China, and to exploit hostilities toward Moscow.

  133. Amid Joy in Kherson, a Humanitarian Disaster Looms Foreign, November 12

    Ukrainian forces encountered a city without heat, water, electricity or cellphone service, with Russian artillery digging in just miles away.

  134. Banksy Unveils Mural in War-Torn Ukrainian Town Express, November 12

    The anonymous artist appeared to confirm his latest creation in Borodyanka, a town that was among the first to be hit by Russian airstrikes.

  135. The November 12 Europe live blog included one standalone post:
  136. In His 3rd Summit With Southeast Asian Leaders, Biden Bets on Face Time Foreign, November 12

    The president traveled to Cambodia hoping that an in-person appearance would help reinforce his administration’s broad efforts to counter China’s rise and to promote human rights.

  137. Winter Will Be a Major Factor in the Ukraine War, Officials Say Washington, November 12

    Both sides are expected to pause operations. But heavy snows and freezing temperatures could make it difficult for the poorly equipped Russian army to regroup.

  138. Ukraine Signals It Will Stay on the Offensive, Despite Talk of a Lull Foreign, November 12

    Many analysts and diplomats have suggested there could be a pause in major combat, and even peace talks, over the winter, but after pushing the Russians out of Kherson, Ukraine has no desire to stop.

  139. Ukrainian Soldiers Sweeping Into Kherson Are Greeted With Jubilation Foreign, November 11

    After months of Russian occupation, residents said the moment recalled being liberated from the Nazis in World War II. But there was also fear about further Russian attacks.

  140. Ukrainian Forces Enter Kherson, a Strategic Prize, in a Blow to Putin Foreign, November 11

    Jubilant crowds poured into the streets, greeting Ukrainian soldiers and waving flags. But officials said the city was not out of danger, warning of potential Russian reprisals.

  141. The November 11 Ukraine War News Russia Updates live blog included two standalone posts:
  142. The November 11 Russia Ukraine War News live blog included one standalone post:
  143. What’s Next After Kherson N Y T Now, November 11

    Ukrainians are celebrating, but the war is far from over.