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Biden to Zelenskyy: ‘We’re still in.’

Biden to Zelenskyy: ‘We’re still in.’
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Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy is in France, following the 80th commemoration of the allied landing in Normandy on D-Day. He met with France’s defense minister, addressed the lower house of its National Assembly, and U.S. President Joe Biden. Anna Chernikova joins from Kyiv. The war in Ukraine has left much of the population traumatized in some way. Children can have a rough time. That’s why US pediatrician and activist Irwin Redlener founded the Ukraine Children’s Action Project – designed to give Ukrainian children health care access. China’s military intensifies its efforts to recruit current and former Western fighter pilots. A new warning says Beijing is employing new and more intricate tactics to snare Western expertise. VOA National Security Correspondent Jeff Seldin has the details. Cyber experts warn the US and other countries holding elections this year have failed to set up guardrails to counter Russian disinformation campaigns using vastly improved Artificial Intelligence, or AI. Top security experts recently warned a US Senate panel that Russia is already trying to influence the US election by employing the latest innovations in AI. VOA’s Carol Van Dam looks at what Congress, AI companies, and ordinary people can do to reduce the amount of disinformation circulating in social media this election year.