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    In the week since the Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade, litigators for abortion rights groups have rolled out a wave of lawsuits in nearly a dozen states to hold off bans triggered by the decision.
    CreditShuran Huang for The New York Times

    The Long Path to Reclaim Abortion Rights

    The Supreme Court decision to reverse Roe, far from settling the matter, instead has launched court and political battles across the states likely to go on for years.


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    Lysychansk, Ukraine, last month. Russia subjected the city to prolonged bombardment.
    CreditTyler Hicks/The New York Times

    As City Falls, Ukraine’s Last Hope in Luhansk Falls With It

    Lysychansk managed to hold out for a week after its twin city, Sievierodonetsk, was captured. But on Sunday a pro-Russian flag flew there, as well.

     By Thomas Gibbons-NeffKamila Hrabchuk and


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