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Russian forces enter Mariupol as underarmed Ukrainians prepare for another assault

Judy Woodruff:

President Biden today approved $800 million in new military aid to Ukraine, including weapons designed to counter Russian forces, which are refocusing their offensive on eastern Ukraine.

Today, the northeastern city of Kharkiv came under intensified attack and the residential areas of the city’s mayor were targeted.

Meanwhile, in a preliminary report, a group of European security officials said Russia had committed both war crimes and crimes against humanity in Ukraine. It comes a day after President Biden called the killing a genocide.

Nick Schifrin begins our coverage.


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