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In our news wrap Saturday, a fresh wave of Russian missile strikes hit Ukraine’s capital of Kyiv, killing at least one person and wounding more than a dozen, and an Arizona state appeals court ruled that doctors cannot be prosecuted under a pre-statehood law that would have banned nearly all abortions.
There is other news this evening. A fresh wave of Russian missile strikes in Ukraine today, rattling the capital of Kyiv and killing at least one person. The strikes wounded more than a dozen others, shredded homes and cars, left gaping craters and carved a slice out of a hotel.
It came as Russian president Vladimir Putin used his New Year`s address to accuse the West of provoking the conflict to undermine Moscow. In spite of the tough talk, Ukrainian soldiers were welcomed home in the latest prisoner swap with Russia, a moment of cooperation leading into the new year.
And an Arizona state appeals court ruled that doctors there cannot be prosecuted under a law dating back to pre-statehood that would have banned nearly all abortions. The ruling allows doctors to perform the procedure through the 15th week of pregnancy.
Still to come on PBS NEWS WEEKEND, a look back at the ups and downs of 2022.
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