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    Russia intensifies assault on Donbas as war in Ukraine enters third month

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  • Ukrainian court finds Russian soldier guilty of killing unarmed civilian

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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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Ukraine accuses Russia of new war crimes

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Ukrainian officials say that they are continuing to find evidence of Russian war crimes. New satellite images show what a Mariupol official claims is a second mass grave of more than 20,000 people just outside the besieged city. NBC’s Raf Sanchez reports for Saturday TODAY.

Bucha residents work to find and bury their dead amid horrors left by Russian forces