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StoryGraph Biggest Story 2022-04-11 -- russian forces (7), war crimes (5), ukrainian officials (5), the train station (5), eastern ukraine (5)

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russian forces (7), war crimes (5), ukrainian officials (5), the train station (5), eastern ukraine (5)

Ukraine’s Draft Dodgers Face Guilt, Shame and Reproach

Thousands of Ukrainian men are avoiding military service, putting them on risky paths into Europe. Among Ukrainians, it’s stirring a complicated debate.

As war enters bloody new phase, Ukraine again calls for more weapons

As battles tilt toward full-scale military confrontation on open terrain, Ukrainian officials are again calling for Western alliances to step up weapons supplies to help the country strengthen its position on the battlefield.

April 10, 2022 Russia-Ukraine news

As Russia shifts its plans after failing to take Kyiv, President Vladimir Putin names Army Gen. Alexander Dvornikov to run the war for him, a US and a European official say

Russia Appoints New Ukraine War Commander With Record Of Brutality

After its post-invasion setbacks, Russia appointed Gen. Alexander Dvornikov — who has a history of merciless attacks against Syrians, according to U.S. officials.

A Stricken Ukrainian City Empties, and Those Left Fear What’s Next

After the deadly strike on the train station in Kramatorsk, Ukraine, those who stayed behind are grim about the future: “We think we will be swept off the face of the earth.”

‘Everything Was Destroyed’: War Hits Ukraine’s Farms

The Russian invasion is pummeling Ukraine’s agriculture, threatening harvests in Europe’s breadbasket and contributing to a global food crisis.

A fleet of volunteer bus drivers is helping people escape eastern Ukraine.

After a Russian strike killed more than 50 people at a train station, Ukrainians are accelerating efforts to evacuate by road.

More than 4.5 million refugees have fled Ukraine, UN says

More than 4.5 million people have fled Ukraine since Russia's invasion began on February 24, most crossing borders into neighboring countries, according to the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR).

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