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  1. A destroyed tank is seen on a road in Ukraine

    Ukraine is trying to fend off a Russian offensive in the northeastern border region of Kharkiv, but it can only use its U.S.-provided firepower on its own side of the border when trying to thwart attacks.

  2. A man in muddy, wet clothing tips a wheelbarrow full of mud from inside his flooded home into a puddle.

    Whether it’s too much water or not enough, scientists say extreme events — like the recent deadly floods that displaced families in Brazil and Afghanistan — are becoming more frequent and battering many parts of the world that aren't prepared to deal with them.

  3. A man stands in front of a building.

    Benny Gantz, a member of Israel's three-man war cabinet, has threatened to resign from the government if it doesn't adopt a new plan for the Israel-Hamas war, a move that would leave Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu more reliant on his far-right allies.

  4. A woman arranges flowers in a pail as part of a makeshift memorial.

    Slovak Prime Minister Robert Fico remains in serious condition and still faces risks of complications but has stabilized, officials said on Saturday, while the man accused of shooting him multiple times has been ordered to stay in custody.

  5. Two soldiers work in an underground bunker.

    A divisive mobilization law in Ukraine came into force on Saturday, as Kyiv struggles to boost troop numbers after Russia launched a new offensive that some fear could close in on Ukraine's second-largest city.