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Pigeons take off in front of the Russian Foreign Ministry building in Moscow, Russia, Wednesday, Jan. 26, 2022. Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov said he and other top officials will advise President Vladimir Putin on the next steps after receiving written replies from the United States to the demands. Those answers are expected this week — even though the U.S. and its allies have already made clear they will reject the top Russian demands. (AP Photo/Alexander Zemlianichenko)

Ukraine crisis updates: What to know as tensions rise

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A man uses a smartphone to record residents getting a throat swab at a mass coronavirus test site in Xichen District in Beijing, Tuesday, Jan. 25, 2022. Hong Kong has already suspended many overseas flights and requires arrivals be quarantined, similar to mainland China's "zero-tolerance" approach to the virus that has placed millions under lockdowns and mandates mask wearing, rigorous case tracing and mass testing. (AP Photo/Andy Wong)

Ahead of Olympics, abrupt lockdowns loom over Beijing life

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A Ukrainian soldier stands at the line of separation from pro-Russian rebels, Donetsk region, Ukraine, Monday, Jan. 10, 2022. Germany's refusal to join other NATO members in supplying Ukraine with weapons has frustrated allies and prompted some to question Berlin's resolve in standing up to Russia. (AP Photo/Andriy Dubchak,file)

Ukraine urges calm, saying Russian invasion not imminent

- Associated Press


FILE - Ukrainian soldiers walks at the line of separation from pro-Russian rebels near Katerinivka, Donetsk region, Ukraine, Tuesday, Dec 7, 2021. Germany's refusal to join other NATO members in supplying Ukraine with weapons has frustrated allies and prompted some to question Berlin's resolve in standing up to Russia. (AP Photo/Andriy Dubchak)

German caution on arms to Ukraine rooted in history, energy

- Associated Press

The 93-year-old Polish citizen Andrzej Sitkowski, who was named "Righteous Among the Nations" by Yad Vashem in 1995 talks to the Associated Press during an interview in Durach, Tuesday, Jan. 18, 2022 Andrzej Sitkowski was 15 years old when his mother told him that she had been asked by a neighbour to hide a little Jewish girl from the Nazis at their home. This year, as the world commemorates the 77th anniversary of the liberation of the German Nazi Auschwitz concentration and extermination camp on January 27, 1945, Yad Vashem and the Conference on Jewish Material Claims against Germany have teamed up to highlight the stories of "Righteous Rescuers" the people who risked everything, even their own lives, to save Jews from getting murdered by the Nazis and their henchmen. (AP Photo/Alexandra Beier)

77 years after Auschwitz, Jews honor those who rescued them

- Associated Press




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