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From Memphis city's police department set to release a body-camera video of a confrontation between a Black motorist, Tyre Nichols, and five officers charged with his murder earlier this month to the latest updates from Ukraine, here are 5⃣ stories you need to know today

On @Breakingviews: War in Ukraine severely curtailed flows of Russian gas to the EU last year, pushing up the price of the fossil fuel and forcing less energy use. But success in saving gas hides a darker reality for European industry, writes @LJucca

Russia has stepped up attempts to break through Ukraine's defenses with heavy fighting in the north and east of the country, underlining Kyiv's need for more Western weapons, Ukrainian officials said

Japan tightened sanctions against Russia following its latest wave of missile attacks in Ukraine, adding goods to an export ban list and freezing the assets of Russian officials and entities

Russia fired a barrage of missiles and drones across Ukraine, killing at least 11 people, officials said, a day after Kyiv won Western pledges of battlefield tanks to combat Moscow's invasion

A plot of land on the edge of a small farming community in southern Russia is filled with scores of newly dug graves of fighters killed in Ukraine. They offer an insight into Russia’s Wagner Group – a feared and secretive private army

When Russia invaded Ukraine last year, Iya Rudzitskaya and her son fled and ultimately settled in Poland. This was the second time the 92-year-old Holocaust survivor has had flee her home in Kyiv

Iya Rudzitskaya, a 92-year-old Ukrainian Jew, has fled Kyiv twice. First, in 1941, when she was just 10 years old and German bombs started falling on the then Ukrainian Soviet Socialist Republic. The second time came last year, when Russia invaded Ukraine

Russia pounded Ukraine with missiles, killing at least 11 people and seriously damaging energy infrastructure in the Black Sea region of Odesa. In the capital Kyiv, at least one person was killed, and locals were forced to seek cover in metro stations

From the recent gun violence in the United States to the latest on the ongoing war in Ukraine, these are the 5⃣ stories you need to know today

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