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Elenna, 24, with other Ukrainian forces on the road that leads to Lysychansk on June 21. (Heidi Levine for The Post)
Small shifts in territorial control matter less than the overall balance of forces, which analysts say could shift back in favor of Ukraine in the coming months.
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Vibhav Ashok, left, and Nishad Joshi are members of the Texas Cricket Academy. (Christopher Lee for The Post)
The growth of Dallas’s South Asian community and its love for cricket is turning North Texas into an international hub for the sport.
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As extreme weather events are expected to worsen globally, the Philippines is at the forefront of the crisis. Filipinos have learned to add features to their homes such as flood dikes, elevated floors and — in one case — a floating garage.
State Democratic leaders — who have been active on gun legislation — raised concern about the justices’ ruling that a New York law requiring special circumstances to carry a gun in public was unconstitutional.
The Deanwood Community Center and Library on June 6. (Joe Heim/The Post)
The D.C. Board of Elections on Friday afternoon was still tabulating more than 13,000 ballots placed in drop boxes during Tuesday’s primary election.