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Ukraine says ‘tens of thousands’ have died in Mariupol

During an address on Monday, President Zelenskiy said that “Mariupol has been destroyed, there are tens of thousands of dead, but even despite this, the Russians are not stopping their offensive.”

Ukrainian forces have said that Monday will be “the last battle” for city, as they anticipate running out of ammunition.


Meanwhile, Austria’s chancellor Karl Nehammer will become the first EU leader to meet Vladimir Putin in person since the war began, and has said he will convey a “clear stance on Russia’s war of aggression on Ukraine” as the international community prepare more sanctions on Russian exports and continue to investigate allegations of war crimes during the invasion.


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