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A Consequence of Ukraine’s War: Less Hunting, More Wolf Attacks

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With hunting banned as far as 40 miles from the front line, pheasants and hares proliferate, drawing foxes and wolves into closer contact with people and pets.

Another Surprise Meeting With Putin. This Time, It’s Merkel.

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The German chancellor will meet with the Russian president as their countries seek to cooperate on issues like Syria and a shared gas pipeline.

Searching for a Lost Odessa — and a Deaf Childhood

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A poet returns to the city of his birth.

Russia Is Not on the Docket at Manafort’s Trial, but It Will Be in the Air

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The trial of Paul Manafort, President Trump’s former campaign chairman, concerns his work as a consultant in Ukraine. But the Russia inquiry looms over the proceedings.

How Alan Friedman, Italy’s Professional American, Put Paul Manafort in Jail

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Documents filed in the Manafort case allege that Mr. Friedman, an Italian media celebrity, helped lobbying efforts in the U.S. and Europe on behalf of Ukraine.

At Prayer Breakfast, Guests Seek Access to a Different Higher Power

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The annual event has become a hub of influence-peddling, as foreign dignitaries, religious leaders and lobbyists jockey for access to top American officials.

Oksana Shachko, a Founder of Feminist Protest Movement, Dies at 31

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She was a key member of Femen, whose members held bare-breasted demonstrations against authoritarian leaders and the exploitation of women.

Attacks on Roma Force Ukraine to Confront an Old Ethnic Enmity

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The assaults by nationalist groups pose a dilemma for Kiev, which is beholden to many of the same paramilitaries for their role fighting the Russian incursion in the east.

For Putin, the ‘Summit He Has Dreamed of for 18 Years’

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President Vladimir V. Putin of Russia got what he wanted most from his meeting with President Trump: American affirmation of his status as a global power.

Trump-Putin Summit Is Over. The Head-Scratching? Not So Much

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President Trump has ended his weeklong trip to Europe.

From Mind Games to Election Hacking: Russia’s Trolling Tactics Explained

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Cyberattacks. “Little green men.” Frozen conflicts. These are just a few of the tactics Russia and its leader, Vladimir V. Putin, have used to try to disrupt the world order.

Just Sitting Down With Trump, Putin Comes Out Ahead

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By attacking Europe and starting a trade war with America’s closest allies, President Trump has already advanced the agenda of President Vladimir V. Putin, analysts say.

Don’t Be Putin’s Puppet

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A Ukrainian activist in exile warns President Trump about the “modern Russian czar.”

Don’t Be Putin’s Puppet

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A Ukrainian activist in exile warns President Trump about the “modern Russian czar.”

Susan Rice: Trump Must Not Capitulate to Putin

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There is so much to lose and so little to gain for the United States in the Trump-Putin summit next week.

Does Vladimir Putin Speak for the Russian People?

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Michael McFaul’s memoir of his years as ambassador to Russia, “From Cold War to Hot Peace,” recounts a campaign against the United States and the West.

Stuck in Soccer Limbo, in the Shadow of the World Cup

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The Crimean soccer league is neither Russian nor Ukrainian, leaving its teams and its players marooned in sporting purgatory since Russia annexed the peninsula in 2014.

Far-Right Protesters Arrested at Kiev Gay Pride March

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The police detained 56 members of a far-right group who attempted to disrupt the march with gas canisters.

Hunger Strike Creates Unwanted Backdrop for Russia During World Cup

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A praised Ukrainian film director imprisoned in Russia has been turning down food for a month, attracting international support.

Judge Orders Paul Manafort Jailed Before Trial, Citing New Obstruction Charges

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Paul Manafort, President Trump’s former campaign chairman, had his bail revoked after he was accused of trying to influence the testimony of two of the government’s witnesses in his case.