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How the Russian public feels about the Ukraine invasion

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Reporting for TODAY from Moscow, NBC’s Kier Simmons speaks with Russians about the attack on Ukraine and takes a closer look at how it is being received by the public there. While there is mixed reviews, most are not in support of Putin’s attack.

Explosions, sirens heard in Kyiv as Russia launches attacks on key Ukrainian cities