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                                A mural on an apartment building wall depicts Ukrainian volunteer soldier Maksym Yalovtsov, 32, in Kyiv, Ukraine. Yalovtsov, call-sign Regbist (rugby player), a wrestling coach and Dynamo Kyiv ultras, was killed in a battle with the Russian troops in 2022.
War-themed murals in Kyiv honor Ukraine’s fallen soldiers

Before the war, those images depicted fairy tales, outstanding musicians and national figures. Now they honor volunteer soldiers and others who have become well-known symbols of heroism and resistance over the past two years. Read more

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                                Former DEA agent Joseph Bongiovanni arrives at the Robert H. Jackson U.S. Court House for a hearing for an upcoming trial on drug and bribery charges, on Wednesday. The veteran U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration agent is on trial in Buffalo, N.Y., on charges he took $250,000 in bribes from the Mafia to derail investigations and keep his childhood friends out of prison.
DEA agent faces trial over Mafia bribes

The 59-year-old Bongiovanni has denied the counts of bribery, conspiracy and obstruction of justice that could land him behind bars for life. Read more

                                In this photo released by the Taiwan Presidential Office, Taiwan’s President Tsai Ing-wen, right, talks to Rep. Mike Gallagher, the Republican chair of the House Select Committee on the Chinese Communist Party, left, in Taipei, Taiwan.
U.S. Congress members praise Taiwan’s democracy during visit

A group of United States Congress members met with Taiwan’s president Thursday in a show of support that’s certain to draw scrutiny from China, which opposes such visits and sees them as a challenge to its claim of sovereignty over the island. Read more

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