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President Volodymyr Zelenskyy shakes hands with British Prime Minister Rishi Sunak during their meeting in Kyiv, Ukraine.

U.K. PM Sunak On Surprise Trip To Ukraine, Meets Zelenskyy

The U.K. has been one of the staunchest Western supporters of Ukraine's resistance to Russia's invasion, giving Kyiv $2.7 billion in military aid.

 | By Associated Press

Frans Timmermans, executive vice president of the European Commission

EU Shakes Up Climate Talks With Surprise Disaster Fund Offer

European Union Executive VP Frans Timmermans made it clear that the EU won't offer more money unless there are concessions on emissions targets.

 | By Associated Press

People charging their phones in Ukraine.

Russian Strikes Force Hours-Long Power Outages In Ukraine

Grid operators say freezing temperatures and increased Russian shelling are putting additional pressure on the country's energy networks.

 | By Associated Pressand Newsy Staff

People pose for a photograph with a sign reading in English" FIFA World Cup, Qatar 2022" in Doha, Qatar

What To Watch For As World Cup Kicks Off Sunday in Qatar

Starting Sunday, 32 countries will spend a month competing for the chance to hoist the iconic World Cup.

 | By Meg Hilling

Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman.

U.S. Moves To Shield Saudi Crown Prince In Journalist Killing

The Biden administration spoke out in support of a claim of legal immunity from Saudi Prince Mohammed bin Salman in the killing of Jamal Khashoggi.

 | By Associated Pressand Newsy Staff

Ads for Budweiser are seen at a hotel hosting a major bar for the beermaker in Doha, Qatar

Sale Of Beer Banned At World Cup Stadiums In Qatar

Qatar had agreed to FIFA's requirements of selling alcohol in stadiums twice but the hereditary emir has absolute say over all governmental decisions.

 | By Associated Press

The Bullenbaai oil terminal sits along the coast of the Dutch Caribbean island of Curacao.

U.S.-Owned Firms Appear To Help Venezuela Avoid U.S. Sanctions

U.S. sanctions aimed at forcing President Nicolás Maduro from power prohibit Americans from doing business with Venezuela's state oil company.

 | By Associated Press

Marc Fogel

Another American, Marc Fogel, Is Detained In Russia Over Marijuana

Newsy's Maritsa Georgiou talks with the family of a Russian prisoner who they want designated as "wrongfully detained" by the Biden administration.

 | By Maritsa Georgiou

Volodymyr Sahaidak with an orphan

How A Kherson Orphanage Hid Ukrainian Children From The Russians

Early in the war, Newsy's Jason Bellini spoke via video with the director of an orphanage in Kherson, Ukraine. Now it's possible to visit in person.

 | By Jason Bellini

Derek Chollet, Counselor of the U.S. Department of State

Top State Department Advisor Says Ukraine Will Prevail Over Time

A top adviser to Secretary of State Antony Blinken talks about the war in Ukraine, and the likely resolution.

 | By Sasha Ingber