Zelensky wraps up another fruitful trip and Russia claims a big win in Ukraine.

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President Volodymyr Zelensky of Ukraine grabbed the spotlight at the Group of 7 summit in Japan and won even more pledges for military aid, including training for Ukraine’s pilots on F-16 fighter jets. But at home this week he faces questions about the future of the eastern city of Bakhmut, the deadliest battle of the war.

Russia over the weekend claimed that it has captured Bakhmut, and if confirmed the outcome would be a powerful symbolic success for Moscow. It would represent the first…

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