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Russian President Vladimir Putin has signed a decree expanding a fast-track procedure to receive Russian citizenship to all Ukrainians.
An Associated Press investigation has found evidence that the March 16 Russian airstrike on the Mariupol theater being used as a bomb shelter was far deadlier than estimated, killing closer to 600 people.
The United Nations is trying to broker an evacuation of civilians holed up with Ukrainian fighters in a steel mill and from other parts of the bombed-out port city.
Ukrainian authorities are cracking down on anyone suspected of aiding Russian troops under laws enacted by Ukraine's parliament and signed by President Volodymyr Zelenskyy after the Feb. 24 invasion.
The Russian military estimated that about 2,500 Ukrainian fighters holding out at a hulking steel plant with a warren of underground passageways provided the last pocket of resistance in Mariupol.
Stung by the loss of its Black Sea flagship and indignant over alleged Ukrainian aggression on Russian territory, Russia’s military command had warned a day earlier of renewed missile strikes on Ukraine’s capital. Officials in Moscow said they were targeting…
A team of Associated Press journalists were documenting the agony of Mariupol from inside the Ukrainian city when they learned their names were on a Russian list.
Fighting also raged in the outskirts of Ukraine's capital, Kyiv, and Russia kept up its bombardment of other resisting cities.
A Russian airstrike on a Mariupol maternity hospital that killed three people drew outrage, with Ukrainian and Western officials branding it a war crime.
A spokesman for the Zaporizhzhia plant told Ukrainian television that shells were falling directly on the facility in the city of Enerhodar and had set fire to one of the facility's six reactors.
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