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Kyiv suburbs under attack as Zelenskyy warns of Russia attack on NATO 'homes' after strike near Polish border

Sky News Monday, 14 March 2022
Kyiv suburbs under attack as Zelenskyy warns of Russia attack on NATO 'homes' after strike near Polish borderRussia's military forces have kept up their punishing campaign to capture Ukraine's capital with fighting and artillery fire in Kyiv's suburbs.
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Ukarine-Russia War: 35 killed in Russian air strike on Yavoriv military range in Lviv |OneIndia news 01:17

Local authorities in Ukraine reported that in a an air strike on Yavoriv military range in Lviv, near the Polish border, at least 35 people were killed and 134 injured. The strike was launched by Russia on the International Centre for Peacekeeping and Security. Russia and Ukraine have been at war for...

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