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Vladimir Putin is experiencing another setback with Ukrainian forces saying they’re beginning to take back the city of Kharkiv. Meanwhile, in Kyiv, the first Russian soldier suspected of war crimes appeared in court NBC’s Erin McLauglin reports for Saturday TODAY. Warning: Some of the material is disturbing.

At 38 weeks pregnant, she fled Ukraine to give birth in New York City