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A disabled evacuee from Kherson pets his cat while waiting for someone to help him get off a bus upon his arrival to Dzhankoi, Crimea, Thursday, Nov. 10, 2022. Russian Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu ordered a troop withdrawal from Kherson and nearby areas on Wednesday. (AP Photo)

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Volunteers and paramedics carry an elderly evacuee from Kherson into a hall upon evacuees arrival to Dzhankoi, Crimea, Thursday, Nov. 10, 2022. Russian Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu ordered a troop withdrawal from Kherson and nearby areas on Wednesday after his top general in Ukraine reported that a loss of supply routes during Ukraine's southern counteroffensive made a defense "futile." (AP Photo)

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A volunteer helps an elderly evacuee from Kherson to leave a bus upon their arrive to Dzhankoi, Crimea, Thursday, Nov. 10, 2022. Russian Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu ordered a troop withdrawal from Kherson and nearby areas on Wednesday after his top general in Ukraine reported that a loss of supply routes during Ukraine's southern counteroffensive made a defense "futile." (AP Photo)

Eagle columnist James Brooke writes: "After a razor-thin victory of less than two percentage points, Brazil’s veteran left-wing politician Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva will become president on Jan. 1 of a country deeply cut by a left-right divide. But for Brazil, an increasingly mercantilist nation, foreign policy debates stop at the warm waters of the South Atlantic."

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A man, an evacuee from Kherson, looks through a bus window upon his arrival at the railway station in Dzhankoi, Crimea, on Wednesday, Nov. 2, 2022. Russian authorities have encouraged residents of Kherson to evacuate, warning that the city may come under massive Ukrainian shelling. (AP Photo)

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Evacuees from Kherson gather upon their arrival at the railway station in Dzhankoi, Crimea, on Wednesday, Nov. 2, 2022. Russian authorities have encouraged residents of Kherson to evacuate, warning that the city may come under massive Ukrainian shelling. (AP Photo)

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A girl, an evacuee from Kherson, holds her dog as she arrives at the railway station in Dzhankoi, Crimea, on Wednesday, Nov. 2, 2022. Russian authorities have encouraged residents of Kherson to evacuate, warning that the city may come under massive Ukrainian shelling. (AP Photo)

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A man, an evacuee from Kherson, looks through a bus window decorated with the letter Z, which has become a symbol of the Russian military, at the railway station in Dzhankoi, Crimea, on Wednesday, Nov. 2, 2022. Russian authorities have encouraged residents of Kherson to evacuate, warning that the city may come under massive Ukrainian shelling. (AP Photo)