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By Jack Hewson, Alexis Cox, Teresa Cebrian Aranda
Ukraine refused again on Monday to surrender the industrial port city of Mariupol. The Russians have besieged the city and offered safe passage for hundreds of thousands of residents who have been trapped for weeks without food, water or power.
By Nick Schifrin
The United Nations overwhelmingly voted to denounce the Russian invasion of Ukraine Wednesday as the week-long war grinds on in the north, east, and south of Ukraine. The UN also reported that more than 800,000 Ukrainians have fled for surrounding…
By Nick Schifrin, Eric O'Connor, Volodymyr Solohub
Fighting intensified in Ukraine today as Russian forces closed in on the capital city of Kyiv and other regions. Neighboring nation Moldova has declared a state of emergency as tens of thousands of refugees pour into the country; others have…
By PBS NewsHour
Special Correspondent Simon Ostrovsky has been covering Ukraine for many years. In 2019, he interviewed President Zelensky when he was running for office about his foreign policy and strategy on Russia. Ostrovsky joins Hari Sreenivasan to discuss the ongoing invasion.
By Deb Riechmann, Associated Press
Two top U.S. diplomats said Wednesday that 85 to 90 percent of Russian air strikes in Syria have killed moderate opposition forces and civilians and that Moscow's intervention has done little to stop Islamic State militants.
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