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Russia could default on its debt within days

• Russia is trying to install pro-Kremlin officials in occupied cities, but Ukrainians are fighting back • Russia has requested military and economic assistance from China, US officials say • Opinion: What keeps China from stopping Russia's war

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What life looks like in this frontline Ukrainian town

At the end of Slovyanskaya Street, in the eastern Ukrainian town of New York, lies separatist-occupied territory. With tensions on the border rising, CNN's Sam Kiley speaks with residents who say they are scared and have nowhere to go.

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Top US general faces wave of GOP attacks over Trump-era actions

Top US General Mark Milley appeared before Congress this week to defend Pentagon decision making in Afghanistan but instead found himself fighting a personal battle with lawmakers who charged that he has been more preoccupied with rehabilitating and burnishing his own image.

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What turned a doctor's elation into anguish

On July 2, I learned that for the first time since the coronavirus pandemic began, not a single bed at our hospital was occupied by a Covid-positive patient. After 16 grueling months of fighting the virus on the frontlines alongside my colleagues, we had finally reached the milestone we were desperately seeking.

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It's time to break out of our rooms -- and travel

With the pandemic easing in the US, there's a pent-up wish to break out of the rooms we've occupied for the past 14 months or so. Now, much of Europe -- long a primary destination for American travelers -- beckons, with the European Union's announcement that it's opening its doors this summer to Americans who have been vaccinated. So many of us, during lockdown, have fantasized about going abroad again.

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Biden's Covid case for big government

The pandemic occupied a major part of US President Joe Biden's first address to Congress on Wednesday, as he made a sweeping case for big government that would transform and vastly expand its role in Americans' lives. 

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Why comparing vaccine passports to yellow stars is so dangerous

On Saturday morning, thousands of people marched through London to protest against public health measures being contemplated or deployed amid the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic. At least a few reportedly pinned yellow Stars of David to their chests or printed sweatshirts with the symbol, apparently analogizing proposed mandatory vaccination documentation to the symbols that Nazis forced Jews in occupied Europe to wear prior to enacting industrialized genocide.

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Opinion: The risks of ignoring domestic terrorists are huge

On January 6, 2021, America crossed a line. Few thought it was possible in the 21st century: American terrorists attacked and occupied the US Capitol and brought our democracy to a halt. We were again at war with terrorism, only this time it was homegrown.

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Opinion: The conflict we can't ignore

While the world is preoccupied with the Covid-19 pandemic, the regional conflict in the remote separatist enclave of Nagorno-Karabakh is threatening to escalate into a wider war on the doorsteps of Europe and Asia. Saturday's Russia-brokered ceasefire has already crumbled, with Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov acknowledging Monday that hostilities were continuing.

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