Russian-Controlled Dam Risks Flooding in Southern Ukraine

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Water levels at a reservoir that supplies southern Ukraine with drinking water have reached a 30-year high, increasing the possibility of flooding in the area and signaling a lack of regulation. The sudden increase in levels at the Kakhovka reservoir appears in altimetry data — which uses satellites to measure height — published on Friday by Theia, a French earth data provider.

The U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Foreign Agricultural Service has not recorded water levels that high at…

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Biden Abruptly Cuts Short an Asia-Pacific Visit, to China’s Benefit

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