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An oil tanker is moored at the Sheskharis complex, part of Chernomortransneft JSC, a subsidiary of Transneft PJSC, in Novorossiysk, Russia, Oct. 11, one of the largest facilities for oil and petroleum products in southern Russia. The deadline is looming for Western allies to agree on a price cap on Russia oil. AP hide caption

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Bakery owner Florence Poirier smells a baguette fresh from the oven Thursday as Mylene Poirier stands next to her at a bakery, in Versailles, west of Paris. Michel Euler/AP hide caption

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Charity leader Ngozi Fulani (center left) attends a reception held by Britain's Camilla, the queen consort, (center) to raise awareness of violence against women and girls in Buckingham Palace in London on Tuesday. Kin Cheung/AP hide caption

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French President Emmanuel Macron welcomes President Biden before their meeting at the French Embassy to the Vatican in Rome on Oct. 29, 2021. Ludovic Marin/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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With French President Macron's state visit, expect a mix of diplomacy and glamour

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A soldier in Kharkiv region walks through a trench, his breath showing in the cold air. Claire Harbage/NPR hide caption

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The (Literally) Cold War In Ukraine

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Ukrainian flags fly in Kharkiv, Ukraine, on Oct. 19, marking the graves of soldiers killed in action following the Russian invasion earlier this year. Carl Court/Getty Images hide caption

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A journalist's plea to the West: 'Pay attention to Ukraine and its fate'

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Residents hold a remembrance ceremony during the 90th anniversary of a great famine known as the Holodomor, at a museum in Drohobych, Ukraine, on Saturday. Carol Guzy for NPR hide caption

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Ukraine remembers a famine under Stalin, and points to parallels with Putin

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This Wednesday, Oct. 10, 2018, file photo shows the sun bouncing off the Europol headquarters in The Hague, Netherlands. Europol says law enforcement authorities in six different countries have joined forces to take down a "super cartel" of drugs traffickers controlling about one third of the cocaine trade in Europe. Peter Dejong/AP hide caption

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A woman carrying a bucket walks along the road near Bakhmut, on Nov. 27. As temperatures drop, Ukrainians worked to restore power, heat and water supplies after Russian strikes hit key infrastructure. Anatolii Stepanov/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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Guet N'dar, Senegal (October 7, 2022) - Homes and a school have been destroyed by rising seas on Guet N'Dar. Ricci Shryock for NPR hide caption

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Pulling Back The Curtain On Our Climate Migration Reporting

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Cars leave Kherson, southern Ukraine, Saturday, Nov. 26, 2022. Fleeing shelling, hundreds of civilians on Saturday streamed out of the southern Ukrainian city whose recapture they had celebrated just weeks earlier. Bernat Armangue/AP hide caption

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Rescuers stand next to a bus carried away after heavy rainfall triggered landslides that collapsed buildings and left as many as 12 people missing, in Casamicciola, on the southern Italian island of Ischia, Italy, on Saturday. Salvatore Laporta/AP hide caption

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Yevhenia Podvoiska and Tatiana Kuznetsova, from left, both policewomen, steer and navigate a drone during class in Kyiv on Oct. 27. Students must learn to work in pairs: a pilot and a navigator. Julian Hayda/NPR hide caption

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Ukrainian women have started learning a crucial war skill: how to fly a drone

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Melilla, Spain (October 13, 2022) - A fence runs all around the land border that Melilla, Spain shares with Morocco. Ricci Shryock for NPR hide caption

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Life Is Hard For Migrants On Both Sides Of The Border Between Africa And Europe

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Lilia Kristenko, 38, cries Friday as city responders collect the dead body of her mother Natalia Kristenko in Kherson, southern Ukraine. Natalia Kristenko's dead body lay covered in a blanket in the doorway of her apartment building for hours overnight. The 62-year-old woman had walked outside her home with her husband Thursday evening after drinking tea when the building was struck. Bernat Armangue/AP hide caption

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Ukrainians walk through the unlit streets of the capital Kyiv on Thursday, a day after Russian airstrikes knocked out electricity, heating and water to much of the country. With Russian troops faring poorly on the battlefield, Russia has launched a widespread bombing campaign directed at civilian infrastructure in Ukraine. Jeff J Mitchell/Getty Images hide caption

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Russia strikes, Ukraine repairs, in a battle to survive the winter

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The empty assembly line at the Duralex glassware factory in Orléans, France, on Nov. 15. Eleanor Beardsley/NPR hide caption

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Europe fears its industries will jet to the U.S. as energy costs force plant closures

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