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Photos for April 26, 2022 – Northwest Arkansas Democrat-Gazette

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Rylie Gebhart (left), a freshman at the University of Arkansas from Fayetteville, sings and dances Monday for passers by while trying to promote the Delta Gamma Anchor Splash event in front of the Arkansas Union on the university campus in Fayetteville. The event is an annual fundraiser for the group and features synchronized swimming and other performances and competitions in the HPER pool to raise money for the groupÕs philanthropic efforts and for the Brandon Burlsworth Foundation. Visit nwaonline.com/220426Daily/ for today's photo gallery. (NWA Democrat-Gazette/Andy Shupe)
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Carson Tucker Bentonville track 2022
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Ava Johnson Rogers softball 2022
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Michael Lynch of North Hampton, N.H., jumps his bike Monday, at the Railyard Bike Park in Rogers. Lynch came to Northwest Arkansas with his friend, Beckett Hickey, for a biking trip. Both avid riders, Beckett started jumping bikes last year, but said he has been riding since he could walk. Check out nwaonline.com/220426Daily/ and nwadg.com/photos for a photo gallery. (NWA Democrat-Gazette/Charlie Kaijo)
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Beckett Hickey of Stratham, N.H., jumps his bike Monday at the Railyard Bike Park in Rogers. An Avid cyclist, Beckett came to Northwest Arkansas for a biking trip. He started jumping bikes last year, but said he has been riding since he could walk. Check out nwaonline.com/220426Daily/ and nwadg.com/photos for a photo gallery. (NWA Democrat-Gazette/Charlie Kaijo)
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Conner Rayburn concentrates Monday as he returns a shot while playing pickleball at Walker Park in Fayetteville. Rayburn is one of several proselytising missionaries in his two-year stay in the Arkansas Bentonville Mission and was spending his day off from his work with the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints having fun. Visit nwaonline.com/220426Daily/ for today's photo gallery. (NWA Democrat-Gazette/Andy Shupe)
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White bass filets make a fine meal. When cleaning white bass it's important to remove from each fielt most of the red meat that has a strong fishy taste. (NWA Democrat-Gazette/Flip Putthoff)
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Brian Hester, L, – HD 23 ? western to central Washington County. West Fork, Prairie Grove, Lincoln
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Don McNaughton, R, – HD 22 ? central Washington. Farmington and western Fayetteville.
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Bradshaw Cate (left) and Xavier Davis, both advanced placement students at Fayetteville High School, check the program for their names Monday during the AP Scholar Celebration in the Matthew William Moore Library at the school. Students and guests were treated to a pizza lunch before an award ceremony. Cate plans to attend Georgetown University this fall and Davis is headed to the University of Southern California. Seventy-five students were honored at the event. Visit nwaonline.com/220426Daily/ for daily galleries. (NWA Democrat-Gazette/J.T. Wampler)
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Students and guests gather Monday for the AP Scholar Celebration in the Matthew William Moore Library at Fayetteville High School. Students and guests were treated to a pizza lunch before an award ceremony. Seventy-five students were honored at the event. Visit nwaonline.com/220426Daily/ for daily galleries. (NWA Democrat-Gazette/J.T. Wampler)
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Lauren Bell (left) and Addison McArdle, both students at Fayetteville High School, get pizza Monday at the AP Scholar Celebration in the Matthew William Moore Library at the school. Students and guests were treated to lunch before an award ceremony. Bell plans to study art and McArdle wants to study film. Seventy-five students were honored at the event. Visit nwaonline.com/220426Daily/ for daily galleries. (NWA Democrat-Gazette/J.T. Wampler)
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Denver Schaefer, 3, (right) of Rogers swings Monday as Paige Schaefer and August Schaefer, 4 months, watch at the Horsebarn Trailhead Park in Rogers. Check out nwaonline.com/220426Daily/ and nwadg.com/photos for a photo gallery. (NWA Democrat-Gazette/Charlie Kaijo)
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Paige Schaefer of Rogers (top) holds August Schaefer, 4 months, Monday as she pushes Denver Schaefer, 3, on a swing at the Horsebarn Trailhead Park in Rogers. Check out nwaonline.com/220426Daily/ and nwadg.com/photos for a photo gallery. (NWA Democrat-Gazette/Charlie Kaijo)
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A raccoon and snake appear to get acquainted in this photo shot by a game camera in 2015 at Hobbs State Park-Conservation Area. Game cameras are set up around the park to provide a snapshot of the wildlife that roams the state park and the abundance of various species. (Courtesy photo)
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Darrell Rice, a volunteer, removes the memory card on March 3 2022 from a game camera deep in a forest at Hobbs State Park-Conservation area in east Benton County. He has helped with the game camera project for several years. (NWA Democrat-Gazette/Flip Putthoff)
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Darrell Rice, a volunteer, removes the memory card in March 3 2022 from a game camera deep in a forest at Hobbs State Park-Conservation area in east Benton County. He has helped with the game camera project for several years. (NWA Democrat-Gazette/Flip Putthoff)
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Twelve game cameras are set up around the park to snap photos of wildlife 24 hours a day. (NWA Democrat-Gazette/Flip Putthoff)
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A buck with impressive antlers stepped in front of a game camera on Oct. 3, 2013. (Courtesy photo)
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A black bear roams the state park on July 2, 2017. (Courtesy photo)
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Coyotes set off a park game camera on May 6, 2015. (Courtesy photo)
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A wild turkey gobbler is in full strut in this park game-camera photo on May 12 2015. (Courtesy photo)
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Dr. Michelle Miller, assistant principal at Fayetteville High School
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The Alice L. Walton Foundation and Washington Regional Medical System announced a partnership Monday with the goal of creating a regional health system to expand access to specialty care. The partnership builds on a joint initiative announced last year between the foundation and Cleveland Clinic that aimed to assess ways of providing access to the clinic's specialty care services in Northwest Arkansas, according to a news release. (Courtesy Photo/Washington Regional Medical System)
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A Taliban fighter stands guard as people wait to receive food rations distributed by a Saudi humanitarian aid group, in Kabul, Afghanistan, Monday, April 25, 2022. (AP Photo/Ebrahim Noroozi)
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Relatives attend the funeral of Illya Shklyaruk, 25, an Irpin citizen involved in evacuations of his neighbours from the town and killed inside his car by a gun shot by Russian Army on March 8, at the cemetery of Irpin, on the outskirts of Kyiv, Monday, April 25, 2022. (AP Photo/Emilio Morenatti)
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Former President Donald Trump speaks at a rally at the Delaware County Fairgrounds, Saturday, April 23, 2022, in Delaware, Ohio, to endorse Republican candidates ahead of the Ohio primary on May 3. (AP Photo/Joe Maiorana)
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Wounded Ukrainian soldiers are treated in the emergency triage area of the military hospital in Zaporizhzhia, Ukraine, April 25, 2022. Russia renewed its attacks on Ukraine’s infrastructure on Monday, striking five railroad stations with missiles hours after the top U.S. defense official and top diplomat made a risky and secretive visit by train to the Ukrainian capital. (Lynsey Addario/The New York Times)
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FILE – Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis speaks at the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC), Feb. 24, 2022, in Orlando, Fla. In taking on Disney, Florida’s Republican Gov. Ron DeSantis is testing the limits of his combative leadership style while sending an unmistakable message to his rivals: There is nothing or no one he won’t fight as he plots his political future. (AP Photo/John Raoux, File)
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Nikolas Cruz sits at the defense table during the third day of preliminary jury screening in the penalty phase of his trial, Wednesday, April 6, 2022, at the Broward County Courthouse in Fort Lauderdale, Fla. Cruz previously plead guilty to the 2018 murders of 17 people at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Fla. (Amy Beth Bennett/South Florida Sun-Sentinel via AP, Pool)
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Assistant State Attorney Carolyn McCann, left, and Assistant Public Defender Melisa McNeill speak before the start of jury pre-selection in the penalty phase of the trial of Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School shooter Nikolas Cruz at the Broward County Courthouse in Fort Lauderdale on Wednesday, April 13, 2022. McCann, on behalf of the prosecution, proposed excusing all of the jury panels screened to date and starting over due to an issue with 11 jurors who were prematurely released from service. Cruz previously plead guilty to all 17 counts of premeditated murder and 17 counts of attempted murder in the 2018 shootings. (Amy Beth Bennett/South Florida Sun Sentinel via AP, Pool)
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Judge Elizabeth Scherer speaks with Assistant State Attorney Carolyn McCann, left, and Assistant Public Defender Tamara Curtis during a sidebar discussion prior to jury pre-selection in the penalty phase of the trial of Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School shooter Nikolas Cruz at the Broward County Courthouse in Fort Lauderdale on Monday, April 25, 2022. Cruz previously plead guilty to all 17 counts of premeditated murder and 17 counts of attempted murder in the 2018 shootings. (Amy Beth Bennett/South Florida Sun Sentinel via AP, Pool)
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A volunteer collects garbage from the banks of the Rodrigo de Freitas Lagoon marking World Environment Day, in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, Saturday, June 5, 2021. (AP Photo/Bruna Prado)
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Sydney Allgeier, an engineer in the Arkansas Department of Transportation's Roadway Design Division, left, Stewart Bryan, Greenwood fire chief, center, and Thomas Marsh, Greenwood finance director, right, talk about the Greenwood bypass project at an Arkansas Department of Transportation public involvement meeting at Greenwood First Baptist Church Thursday. (NWA Democrat-Gazette/Thomas Saccente)
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FILE – Tesla and SpaceX CEO Elon Musk arrives on the red carpet for the Axel Springer media award in Berlin on Dec. 1, 2020. Musk says he has lined up $46.5 billion in financing to buy Twitter, and he’s trying to negotiate an agreement with the company. The Tesla CEO says in documents filed Thursday, April 21, 2022 with U.S. securities regulators that he’s exploring a tender offer to buy all of the social media platform’s common stock for $54.20 per share in cash. (Hannibal Hanschke/Pool Photo via AP, File)
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Citizens walk past a celebrative poster displayed on the occasion of 90th founding anniversary of Korean People's Revolutionary Army in Pyongyang, North Korea, Monday, April 25, 2022. Poster reads "The first Juche oriented armed force". (AP Photo/Cha Song Ho)
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Citizens walk past celebrative posters displayed on the 90th founding anniversary of the Korean People's Revolutionary Army in Pyongyang, North Korea, Monday, April 25, 2022. The poster reads "Historic root of our revolution". (AP Photo/Jon Chol Jin)
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Citizens walk past a celebrative poster displayed on the occasion of 90th founding anniversary of Korean People's Revolutionary Army in Pyongyang, North Korea, Monday, April 25, 2022. Poster reads "The first Juche oriented armed force". (AP Photo/Jon Chol Jin)
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Women dressed in traditional Korean attire walk past a celebrative poster on the 90th founding anniversary of the Korean People's Revolutionary Army in Pyongyang, North Korea, Monday, April 25, 2022. The poster reads "Historic root of our revolution". (AP Photo/Jon Chol Jin)
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FILE – Bremerton assistant football coach Joe Kennedy, obscured at center in blue, is surrounded by Centralia High School football players as they kneel and pray with him on the field after their game against Bremerton on Oct. 16, 2015, in Bremerton, Wash. After losing his coaching job for refusing to stop kneeling in prayer with players and spectators on the field immediately after football games, Kennedy will take his arguments before the U.S. Supreme Court on Monday, April 25, 2022, saying the Bremerton School District violated his First Amendment rights by refusing to let him continue praying at midfield after games. (Meegan M. Reid/Kitsap Sun via AP, File)
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Joe Kennedy, a former assistant football coach at Bremerton High School in Bremerton, Wash., poses for a photo March 9, 2022, at the school's football field. After losing his coaching job for refusing to stop kneeling in prayer with players and spectators on the field immediately after football games, Kennedy will take his arguments before the U.S. Supreme Court on Monday, April 25, 2022, saying the Bremerton School District violated his First Amendment rights by refusing to let him continue praying at midfield after games. (AP Photo/Ted S. Warren)
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FILE – Bremerton assistant football coach Joe Kennedy, at center in blue, is surrounded by Centralia High School football players after they took a knee and prayed with him on the field after the team's game against Bremerton on Oct. 16, 2015, in Bremerton, Wash. After losing his coaching job for refusing to stop kneeling in prayer with players and spectators on the field immediately after football games, Kennedy will take his arguments before the U.S. Supreme Court on Monday, April 25, 2022, saying the Bremerton School District violated his First Amendment rights by refusing to let him continue praying at midfield after games. (Meegan M. Reid/Kitsap Sun via AP, File)
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Joe Kennedy, a former assistant football coach at Bremerton High School in Bremerton, Wash., poses for a photo March 9, 2022, at the school's football field. After losing his coaching job for refusing to stop kneeling in prayer with players and spectators on the field immediately after football games, Kennedy will take his arguments before the U.S. Supreme Court on Monday, April 25, 2022, saying the Bremerton School District violated his First Amendment rights by refusing to let him continue praying at midfield after games. (AP Photo/Ted S. Warren)
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Orthodox Archimandrite Rafael delivers the Holy Fire brought from Jerusalem, at the church of Agioi Anargyroi, in Athens, Greece, on Saturday, April 23, 2022. For the first time in three years, Greeks were able to celebrate Easter without the restrictions made necessary by the coronavirus pandemic. (AP Photo/Yorgos Karahalis)
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A member of a philharmonic band performs during the procession of Jesus' funeral bier, called the "Epitaph" in Greek, during Easter celebrations on the Ionian Sea island of Corfu, northwestern Greece, on Saturday, April 23, 2022. For the first time in three years, Greeks were able to celebrate Easter without the restrictions made necessary by the coronavirus pandemic. (AP Photo/Thanassis Stavrakis)
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A Ukrainian serviceman walks in a building near a frontline position in Kharkiv, Ukraine, Monday, April 25, 2022. (AP Photo/Felipe Dana)
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Residents watch the procession of the relics of Saint Spyridon, patron saint of Corfu, during Easter celebrations on the Ionian Sea island of Corfu, northwestern Greece, on Saturday, April 23, 2022. For the first time in three years, Greeks were able to celebrate Easter without the restrictions made necessary by the coronavirus pandemic. (AP Photo/Thanassis Stavrakis)
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Orthodox faithful take part in a ceremony of the Deposition of Jesus Christ at Saint Catherine church, in Athens, Greece, Friday, April 22, 2022. For the first time in three years, Greeks were able to celebrate Easter without the restrictions made necessary by the coronavirus pandemic. (AP Photo/Yorgos Karahalis)
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Christina Anastasopoulou holds her son Giorgos-Filippos as his sister Amelia stands next to them as they attend a liturgy in Agios Georgios church, in Myrodafni village, Epirus region, northwestern Greece, on Holy Friday, April 22, 2022. For the first time in three years, Greeks were able to celebrate Easter without the restrictions made necessary by the coronavirus pandemic. (AP Photo/Thanassis Stavrakis)
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People attend a live concert, part of 62 cultural events of sacred music festival organized by the National Opera, at the Catholic Cathedral of Saint Dionysius in Athens, Greece, on Monday, April 18, 2022. For the first time in three years, Greeks were able to celebrate Orthodox Easter without the restrictions made necessary by the coronavirus pandemic. (AP Photo/Thanassis Stavrakis)
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Faithful follow the procession of Jesus' funeral bier, known as the "Epitaph" in Greek, at Agios Georgios church in Myrodafni village, Epirus region, northwestern Greece, on Friday, April 22, 2022. For the first time in three years, Greeks were able to celebrate Orthodox Easter without the restrictions made necessary by the coronavirus pandemic. (AP Photo/Thanassis Stavrakis)
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People throw a huge clay jar from a balcony as thousands of visitors watch the custom called "botides" on the Ionian Sea island of Corfu, northwestern Greece, on Saturday, April 23, 2022. For the first time in three years, Greeks were able to celebrate Easter without the restrictions made necessary by the coronavirus pandemic. (AP Photo/Thanassis Stavrakis)
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A volunteer sits next to bags containing food, which will be deliver to low income families, as he packs colored eggs for Easter at an Orthodox Church in Athens, Greece, on Tuesday, April 19, 2022. For the first time in three years, Greeks were able to celebrate Easter without the restrictions made necessary by the coronavirus pandemic. (AP Photo/Thanassis Stavrakis)
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Two Afghan children stand amid piles of garbage next to their home, in Kabul, Afghanistan, April 18, 2022. (AP Photo/Ebrahim Noroozi)
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A man who scavenges recyclable materials for a living, center, walks past Marabou storks feeding on a mountain of garage amidst smoke from burning trash at Dandora, the largest garbage dump in the capital Nairobi, Kenya, Sept. 7, 2021. (AP Photo/Brian Inganga)
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A woman selling greens waits for customers in the Croix des Bosalles market in Port-au-Prince, Haiti, Sept. 22, 2021. The floor of the market is thick with decomposing trash and, in some places, small fires of burning trash. (AP Photo/Rodrigo Abd)
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A swan stands between dumped plastic bottles and waste at the Danube river in Belgrade, Serbia, Monday, April 18, 2022. (AP Photo/Darko Vojinovic)
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Wild elephants scavenge for food at an open landfill in Pallakkadu village in Ampara district, about 210 kilometers (130 miles) east of the capital Colombo, Sri Lanka, Jan. 6, 2022. Conservationists and veterinarians are warning that plastic waste in the open landfill in eastern Sri Lanka is killing elephants in the region, after two more were found dead over the weekend. Around 20 elephants have died over the last eight years after consuming plastic trash in the dump. Examinations of the dead animals showed they had swallowed large amounts of nondegradable plastic that is found in the garbage dump, wildlife veterinarian Nihal Pushpakumara said. (AP Photo/Achala Pussalla)
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A city worker picks trash from a street flooded by the waters of the Negro River in downtown Manaus, Brazil, May 20, 2021. (AP Photo/Edmar Barros)
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A Kashmiri boatman employed by the Lakes and Waterways Development Authority removes garbage from the Dal Lake in Srinagar, Indian controlled Kashmir, Sept. 14, 2021. Dal Lake appears pristine in the area where hundreds of exquisitely decorated houseboats bob on its surface for rent by tourists and honeymooners. But farther from shore, the lake is a mixture of mossy swamps, thick weeds, trash-strewn patches and floating gardens made from rafts of reeds. (AP Photo/Mukhtar Khan)
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A Lebanese navy rescuer is lowered on rope from a helicopter as the search for bodies continues following the sinking over the weekend of a boat packed with migrants as the Lebanese navy tried to force it back to shore, in Tripoli, north Lebanon, Monday, April 25, 2022. The small vessel was carrying nearly 60 people, many times its capacity, when the disaster struck on Saturday night. The tragedy was the latest in a growing trend involving mostly Lebanese and Syrians trying to travel to Europe from Lebanon in search of better lives. (AP Photo/Hassan Ammar)
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Ukrainian Foreign Minister Dmytro Kuleba talks during an interview with Associated Press at the Foreign Affairs Ministry in Kyiv, Monday, April 25, 2022. (AP Photo/Francisco Seco)
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People choose from donated clothes that are displayed at a train station before boarding a train, fleeing from the war in Severodonetsk and nearby towns, in Pokrovsk, Ukraine, Monday, April 25, 2022. Russia unleashed a string of attacks against Ukrainian rail and fuel installations Monday, striking crucial infrastructure far from the front line of its eastern offensive. (AP Photo/Leo Correa)
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In this photo provided by the Ukrainian Presidential Press Office on Monday, April 25, 2022, U.S. Secretary of Defense Lloyd Austin, centre back to the camera, and Secretary of State Antony Blinken, third from left, and Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy, center, attend their meeting Sunday, April 24, 2022, in Kyiv, Ukraine. (Ukrainian Presidential Press Office via AP)
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A firefighter walks out of an apartment on fire following a Russian bombardment in Kharkiv, Ukraine, Monday, April 25, 2022. (AP Photo/Felipe Dana)
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An elderly woman waits at a train station before boarding a train at a train station in Pokrovsk, Ukraine, Monday, April 25, 2022, to flee the war in Severodonetsk and nearby towns. Russia unleashed a string of attacks against Ukrainian rail and fuel installations Monday, striking crucial infrastructure far from the front line of its eastern offensive. (AP Photo/Leo Correa)
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Irina, 61, left, stands next to her mother Klavidia, 91, who lies on a mattress next to another elderly woman as they wait to board a train at a train station in Pokrovsk, Ukraine, Monday, April 25, 2022, to flee the war in Severodonetsk and nearby towns. Russia unleashed a string of attacks against Ukrainian rail and fuel installations Monday, striking crucial infrastructure far from the front line of its eastern offensive. (AP Photo/Leo Correa)
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Volunteers evacuate an elderly woman out of her apartment at a frontline neighborhood as Russian bombardments continue in Kharkiv, Ukraine, Monday, April 25, 2022. (AP Photo/Felipe Dana)
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A Ukrainian serviceman walks amid the rubble of a building heavily damaged by multiple Russian bombardments near a frontline in Kharkiv, Ukraine, Monday, April 25, 2022. (AP Photo/Felipe Dana)
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US Volunteers Wade Helton, left, and Darrell Loveless, center, work moving dead bodies from refrigerated trucks to the morgue in Bucha, on the outskirts of Kyiv, Monday, April 25, 2022. (AP Photo/Emilio Morenatti)
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A Ukrainian serviceman walks amid the rubble of a building heavily damaged by multiple Russian bombardments near a frontline in Kharkiv, Ukraine, Monday, April 25, 2022. (AP Photo/Felipe Dana)
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Citizens walk past celebrative posters displayed on the 90th founding anniversary of the Korean People's Revolutionary Army in Pyongyang, North Korea, Monday, April 25, 2022. The poster reads "Historic root of our revolution". (AP Photo/Jon Chol Jin)
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Members of Greenpeace stage a protest by the the Ust Luga ship carrying Russian oil, in ?sgardstrand, Norway, Monday, April 25, 2022. (Ole Berg-Rusten/NTB via AP)
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Mark Twain Prize recipient Jon Stewart is introduced at the start of the 23rd annual Mark Twain Prize for American Humor at the Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts on Sunday, April 24, 2022, in Washington. (AP Photo/Kevin Wolf)
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Mark Twain Prize recipient Jon Stewart arrives at the Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts for the Mark Twain Prize for American Humor on Sunday, April 24, 2022, in Washington. (AP Photo/Kevin Wolf)
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Mark Twain Prize recipient Jon Stewart is joined by his wife, Tracey Stewart, right, and son, Nate Stewart, left, after being introduced at the start of the 23rd annual Mark Twain Prize for American Humor at the Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts on Sunday, April 24, 2022, in Washington. (AP Photo/Kevin Wolf)
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Mark Twain Prize recipient Jon Stewart is joined by his wife, Tracey Stewart, right, after being introduced at the start of the 23rd annual Mark Twain Prize for American Humor at the Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts on Sunday, April 24, 2022, in Washington. (AP Photo/Kevin Wolf)
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