For Old Ukrainians, Russia’s Invasion Echoes World War II Trauma – Generic English

For Old Ukrainians, Russia’s Invasion Echoes World War II Trauma – Generic English

Associated media – Related media “I was growing up in Velyka Oleksandrivka during the occupation,” she recalled, referring to a village in the Kherson region. “The Germans evicted us. We had a small, simple house in the center. They lived there. We moved to another house close to the forest.” Eight decades later, it was Russian soldiers who came to...

Timberwolves’ Anthony Edwards can’t run from stardom anymore – Generic English

Timberwolves’ Anthony Edwards can’t run from stardom anymore – Generic English

Related media – Connected media PHOENIX — Fresh off, arguably, the most important performance of his young career, Anthony Edwards sat in front of the world with a white tank top and an all-black Atlanta Braves fitted cap that sat loose, hovering just above his crisp hairline — making him look more like an extra in Outkast’s “Player’s Ball” video...

Trump Calls ‘Apprentice’ Biopic at Cannes ‘Garbage’ and Plans to Sue – Generic English

Trump Calls ‘Apprentice’ Biopic at Cannes ‘Garbage’ and Plans to Sue – Generic English

Associated media – Associated media The day after the Cannes Film Festival premiered “The Apprentice,” a biopic of Donald J. Trump, the former president hit back at the movie, calling it “malicious defamation” and threatening legal action. “This garbage is pure fiction which sensationalizes lies that have been long debunked,” said Steven Cheung, a spokesman for the Trump campaign. Directed...

As the U.K. Tries Moving Asylum Seekers Offshore, Ireland Pushes Back – Generic English

As the U.K. Tries Moving Asylum Seekers Offshore, Ireland Pushes Back – Generic English

Related media – Related media After years of friction, Mr. Sunak last year struck a deal with the European Union, known as the Windsor Framework, which finally seemed to defuse the issue. But Britain’s abrupt cancellation on Sunday of a meeting between its home secretary, James Cleverly, and Ireland’s minister for justice, Helen McEntee, added to the sense of a...