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'Someone has to stand up and I always stand up': British Army veteran heads for Kyiv

Sky News Saturday, 5 March 2022
'Someone has to stand up and I always stand up': British Army veteran heads for KyivThere are a lot of different voices and accents at Lviv train station: Travellers, volunteers, soldiers, police.
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Ukrainian soldiers including Mariupol defenders returned in prisoner swap [Video]

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Moscow and Kyiv exchange captured soldiers on Ukraine's Armed Forces Day while Ukraine's top diplomat, Dmytro Kuleba calls on the West to ramp up military aid.

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War in Ukraine Appears to Escalate With Drone and Missile Strikes [Video]

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Fire at Russian airport labelled as 'terrorist' attack by Moscow [Video]

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