Feb 20, 2023 10:07 AM

Cover Story: One Year Into Russia-Ukraine War and Still No End in Sight

It’s been almost a year since Russia launched its full-blown invasion of Ukraine, raining down missiles on more than half-a-dozen of the country’s cities, including the capital Kyiv, on Feb. 24, 2022, kicking off the biggest conventional conflict in Europe since the Second World War II.

Now, with the approach of the first anniversary of the war, which according to recent estimates has killed or injured an estimated up to 200,000 Russian forces and more than 18,000 Ukrainian civilians, left millions of people homeless and cost the global economy trillions of dollars, there seems no end in sight.

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