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Ukraine bureau chief for The Washington Post. Recovering sportswriter. Instagram: @ikhurshudyan. Напишите мне: Isabelle.Khurshudyan@washpost.com

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Six months ago, Russia invaded Ukraine and the battle for Kyiv began. @PaulSonne, @s_morgunov, Kostya Khudov and I interviewed more than 100 people — from Zelensky to top commanders to volunteers — to tell the epic story of how Ukraine defended its capital washingtonpost.com/national-…
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We spent days traveling between southern villages on the river front line. With Russians now positioned just across the river, some villages are being hit dozens of times a day. It’s often only the elderly left, terrified and without electricity or water. washingtonpost.com/world/202…
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If it was Israel, as everyone seems to believe, and if Iran’s drone and ballistic missile facilities have been seriously damaged, as appears to be the case, that’s worth a hell of a lot more than 14 tanks.
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NEW TONIGHT: The back story on how Biden came around on committing tanks to Ukraine. A key moment: In a huddle w/ @JakeSullivan46 and the president, @SecBlinken suggested that they would need to do more to get Germany to share its Leopard tanks. washingtonpost.com/national-…
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Great detail and reporting here from ⁦@karendeyoung1⁩ ⁦@DanLamothe⁩ and ⁦@LovedayM⁩ “Two of Biden’s closest foreign policy aides had been listening in, and after he hung up the three men sat alone rehashing the disappointing call…” washingtonpost.com/national-…
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We hiked 7 miles along train tracks and rode a wooden rail cart through the Andes mountains to tell the story of the town of Machu Picchu, one of many communities across Peru sacrificing everything to demand that the president resign. washingtonpost.com/world/202…
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NEW: The U.S. will give Ukraine 30 or so M1 Abrams tanks. But “probably not for the near fight,” one U.S. official said — and not likely to arrive for many months, if not years. Report from ⁦@karendeyoung1⁩ ⁦@DanLamothe⁩ ⁦@LovedayMwashingtonpost.com/national-…
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A year ago today, I flew to Ukraine expecting a war but unsure if there would actually be one and how long I’d be here. A few months tops, I thought. As much as I wish that this war had never happened, grateful for this past year in Ukraine. I wouldn’t want to live anywhere else.
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In Ukraine, with airstrikes and constant blackouts, the war is everywhere - even in the west, far from the front lines, by @loydstern Western Ukraine, distant from the front lines, feels the burdens of war washingtonpost.com/world/202…
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The victims killed in last weekend’s strike in Dnipro included displaced people from other parts of Ukraine. Details we heard from survivors were excruciating. With @NastyaGalouchka @WGrzedzinski washingtonpost.com/world/202…
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The situation has marked a rare open dispute in the coalition, which has held together for months as Russia pursues its invasion and Ukraine makes regular pleas for more powerful weapons. Via ⁦@DanLamothe⁩, reporting from Ramstein Air Base, Germany washingtonpost.com/national-…
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President Zelensky today: "Hundreds of thank you are not hundreds of tanks. All of us can use thousands of words, but I can't put words instead of guns needed against Russian artillery."
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