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War in Ukraine

Zaporizhzhia nuclear power plant

‘They Are Playing With a Huge Fire’

With Ukraine’s Massive Zaporizhzhia Plant in Putin’s Crosshairs, Nuclear Facilities Must Be Taken off Battlefield, UMD Risk Expert Says

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Images of two Ukrainian newspapers overlaid on an image of a street destroyed in Ukraine

Words on War

Alum at Helm of Ukrainian Newspapers Redoubles Efforts to Connect and Inform During Russian Invasion

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customer pumps gas into car

UMD Poll: Americans Support Backing Ukraine, But Wearying of Costs

Results Show Widening Partisanship in Attitudes on War

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Robert Klemko wears bulletproof vest, press credentials in Ukraine

‘I Came to Write About Everyday People Whose Lives Are Embroiled in This War’

Amid Checkpoint Scares and a Visit to a Makeshift Morgue, Journalism Alum Reports From Ukraine

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Two women walk amid debris in Kyiv, Ukraine

UMD Expert: Putin’s ‘Cakewalk’ Illusion in Ukraine Gave Way to Attacks on Civilians

Psychology Professor Expects Leader to Double Down in Face of Ukrainian Resolve

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Students make Ukrainian flag ribbons

Terps Unite to Support Ukraine

New Student Organization, Medical Supplies Collection and Body Armor Donation Among Campus Efforts

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woman walks next to a destroyed Russian armor vehicle in Bucha

Researcher Helps Create Big Data ‘Early Alarm’ for Ukraine Abuses

System Analyzes Millions of Tweets Daily to Quickly Pinpoint Atrocities, Refugee Flows

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Artist Corie Mattie ’12 paints mural

Alum’s Street Art Goes Viral (and Anti-Viral)

Wall-Covering Creations Cover Pandemic, Racial Justice, and now Ukraine

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Gas price display in California

UMD Poll: Americans Ready to Accept Some Costs of Supporting Ukraine

Respondents Strongly Oppose Sending U.S. Troops to War Zone

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truck is loaded with wheat

Russian Attack on Ukraine Also Targeted Global Food Supply

UMD Experts Predict That Poorer Nations Will Suffer Most as Chaos Grips Agriculture in Black Sea Region

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Kharkiv’s Freedom Square, damaged after bombing

An Assault on Architecture to Target a People

Embattled Regions Like Ukraine Must Also Grapple with Loss of Heritage, Say UMD Experts

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Larysa Kurylas ’80 talks in front of Holodomor memorial

A Tumultuous History, Cast in Stone and Bronze

Alum’s Study of Ukraine’s Memorials Traces Quest for Democracy Under Soviet Shadow

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