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The vast majority of the inhabitants of Pec are Kosovo Albanians — and in the 1960s, the highlanders still wore the traditional qeleshe, a white brimless felt cap. I brought one back, obviously.

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Wagner Pulls Out Of Bakhmut, Korean Military Drills, RIP Tina Turner

A South Korean tank fire during South Korea-U.S. joint military drills in Pocheon, South Korea.

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Emma Albright, Yannick Champion-Osselin, Sophie Jacquier and Anne-Sophie Goninet

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Welcome to Thursday, where the Russian Wagner paramilitary group says it has started withdrawing from the Ukrainian city of Bakhmut, the U.S. and South Korea launch live fire military drills near the North Korean border and “the Queen of Rock ‘n’ Roll” Tina Turner dies at age 85. Meanwhile, Bartosz T. Wielinski in Polish daily Gazeta Wyborcza shows how Poland’s ruling PiS party is up to its old scapegoating antics again, this time with Ukraine as its target.

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