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Russia Gains Ground in Ukraine’s East; Kharkiv Residents Brace for Attacks

Ukrainian troops have pushed back Russian forces near Kharkiv in recent weeks

By Wall Street Journal

Russian forces have made gains in the Eastern city of Severodonetsk in recent weeks, where shelling and street battles have occurred. Ukrainian officials called on Kharkiv residents to take precautions after the city came under renewed Russian bombardment on Thursday. Photo: Esteban Biba/Zuma Press

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