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    Ukrainian court finds Russian soldier guilty of killing unarmed civilian

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  • Russian demining team deployed at recently overtaken Azovstal steel plant

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  • Ukrainian President and First Lady appear in rare joint interview

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  • Zelenskyy family offers a glimpse of life in Ukraine following war

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  • Zelenskyy calls situation in Donbas ‘extremely difficult’

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  • Pets find homes after being left behind by Ukrainians fleeing war

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  • Russia claims complete control of steel plant in Mariupol

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  • Smuggled footage by captured Ukrainian medic shows realities of war

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  • Russia steps up attacks on Kharkiv after Ukrainian forces regain territory

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  • ‘War has been waged in the information space’: Putin on surge in anti-Russian cyberattacks

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  • Despite Ukraine, Putin still sells in Russia

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  • Richard Engel reunites with 88-year-old who survived Russian attacks

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  • Horrors inside Mariupol show stunning toll of war

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  • Ukraine's Zelenskyy says Russian forces 'completely destroyed' Donbas region

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  • Senate passes $40 billion Ukraine aid package

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  • Senate passes new $40 billion Ukraine aid bill, sends to Biden

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  • Ukrainian fighters destroy bridge to slow Russian advance

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Russian bombing on Ukrainian train station draws international outrage

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At least 52 people, including children, were killed on Friday after a train station in Ukraine’s Kramatorsk was struck by a missile in a Russian attack. Ukraine’s President Zelenskyy called the attack “evil without limits.” NBC’s Molly Hunter reports for Saturday TODAY.

Ukrainians, advocates call for timeline and other details on welcoming refugees to U.S.