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  • Military failures in Ukraine invasion hurt Russian credibility as global superpower

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  • President Biden, first lady arrive in London to attend funeral for the queen

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  • Russia’s Putin and China’s Xi meet for first time since Ukraine invasion

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  • John Kirby: This isn't the time to be doing business as usual with Russia 

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  • Russia in secret spent $300M to influence foreign elections, says U.S. official

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Remember the orb? A look back on Trump’s first trip abroad

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“After four years of that, it is so refreshing to see an American president abroad engaging in diplomacy, dealing with complex multi-lateral issues—not to mention just behaving like a normal person,” says Chris Hayes.