Claire Harbage

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These photos show who is (and isn't) included in the Taliban's Afghanistan

Sunday, August 14, 2022

One year ago, the Taliban raised their white flag over Afghanistan's capital for the second time. NPR toured the country and spoke to the Taliban and residents about what has happened since.

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In eastern Ukraine's coal fields, Russia's invasion sparks hopes of a comeback

Wednesday, July 06, 2022

Ukraine's coal industry was in decline. Now miners find themselves in the middle of a war with Russia — and global demand for coal is rising.

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Shredded trees, dead dolphins and wildfires — how Russia's invasion is hurting nature

Friday, July 01, 2022

The environmental impacts from Russia's invasion of Ukraine could be felt far longer than the war itself.

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A Russian body left for weeks outside Kyiv is 1 of many unclaimed in the Ukraine war

Tuesday, June 14, 2022

A Russian soldier's forgotten body is discovered in a liberated village north of Kyiv, setting off emotions and an inquest — as Russia refuses to acknowledge many of its war dead.

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Kyiv residents begin to find calm after Russian forces' retreat

Tuesday, May 10, 2022

Ukrainians in Kyiv are starting to piece their lives back together as the Russian invasion enters its third month. Even in moments of calm, residents still live with the threat of airstrikes.

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Meet the rescue team extracting people trapped in Kyiv suburbs under siege

Tuesday, April 12, 2022

U.S. combat veteran Bryan Stern runs a nonprofit called Project Dynamo that extracts people from hostile places. Since Russia's invasion of Ukraine, the organization has rescued more than 400 people.

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Russia's war in Ukraine reminds Georgians of what they survived in 2008

Thursday, March 31, 2022

In Georgia, people living on the frontlines of Russia's 2008 invasion say they worry about what Putin's war in Ukraine will mean for them.

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Meet the Russians who are fleeing — not the war, but their own government

Friday, March 25, 2022

Thousands of Russians have left their country since their government began its invasion of Ukraine. Many have settled in Georgia, a country with a complicated history with its neighbor to the north.

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Fighting to survive: Ukraine's cancer patients' struggle to find care while fleeing

Friday, March 18, 2022

Supplies are running low at Lviv's regional cancer hospital in Ukraine. The patient load has doubled and supplies in Kyiv are inaccessible. But hospital staff choose the duty of care over safety.

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Ukraine scrambles to protect artifacts and monuments from Russian attack

Tuesday, March 15, 2022

On top of the humanitarian crisis, Ukrainians worry about Russian destruction of cultural heritage sites. In Lviv, they're wrapping statues in fireproof material to protect them from Russian bombs.

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Sisters flee Kyiv as they struggle to stay in touch with family in Mariupol

Friday, March 11, 2022

"We don't even know that they are alive," two sisters with family in Mariupol are among the over 2 million people who have fled the Russian war in Ukraine. Many are passing through Lviv on their way.

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Hundreds gather to honor fallen Ukrainian soldiers

Wednesday, March 09, 2022

The first of Ukraine's fallen soldiers are starting to come home. Two men were killed on the front lines in Russia's war on Ukraine. Hundreds gathered to mourn at their funeral on Tuesday.

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Some of Ukraine's Orthodox churches want to break away from their Russian patriarch

Tuesday, March 08, 2022

At church, Ukrainians pray for an end to war. But a rift is forming: The head of the Russian Orthodox Church has defended Moscow's invasion. Some in Ukraine want to break away from his leadership.

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Ukrainian children and families are being taken in by Polish families

Monday, March 07, 2022

Many Polish families are offering temporary lodging for Ukrainians who have fled. Some Poles are fostering Ukrainian children who had been living at a home for orphaned or neglected children.

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Ukrainians are fleeing to Poland, but some are returning home for their families

Tuesday, March 01, 2022

Thousands of Ukrainians have arrived in Poland after the country declared its borders open to refugees escaping the Russian incursion. But some are returning to Ukraine to find family or to fight.

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On the Crimean borderland, Ukrainians define their identity

Saturday, February 12, 2022

In the borderlands near Crimea, there is a war for the hearts and minds of Ukrainian citizens.

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Bar, bookstore or bunker? Kyiv residents wonder where to shelter in case of war

Sunday, February 06, 2022

An underground world in the Ukraine capital is made up of Soviet-era bomb shelters, bunkers and basements. A potential Russian attack threatens to put the bygone shelter system to the test.

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The world worries of a Russian attack. But for these Ukrainians, war is already here

Wednesday, February 02, 2022

NPR travelled towards the "temporarily occupied territories" on the Ukraine-Russia border, where the people who live there are in limbo – cut off from both Ukraine and Russia, cut off from the world.

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From Valley of the Gods to an ancient Anasazi site, see the grandeur of Bears Ears

Friday, October 08, 2021

The Biden administration is restoring the original boundaries of two large national monuments in Utah - Bears Ears and Grand Staircase Escalante.

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Wildfire Risk Is Growing Everywhere, Even As More Americans Move Into Harm's Way

Tuesday, August 10, 2021

There's a history of wildfire across America, a threat made worse by the warming climate. And more people are moving to fire-prone areas without realizing the danger.

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