Moscow court arrests WSJ reporter


A Moscow court has formally arrested Evan Gershkovich, a US reporter with the Wall Street Journal suspected of espionage, according to Russian media. The 31-year-old told the court he was not guilty.
The General Staff of the Ukrainian Armed Forces acknowledges that Russian forces have had a “degree of success” in storming Bakhmut as both sides continued fighting for the city.

President Recep Tayyip Erdogan said Vladimir Putin might visit Turkey in April to inaugurate the first nuclear power reactor built by Russia’s state atomic energy company, Rosatom.