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Russia shells Kyiv during UN chief’s visit and Tesla’s Elon Musk bids for Twitter

By France24
02 May 2022   |   7:36 am
In the World This Week, UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres tries to negotiate humanitarian corridors in Ukraine while on a visit to Kyiv. French President Emmanuel Macron's re-election honeymoon period proves short-lived, with the focus quickly turning to June legislative elections. And Tesla founder Elon Musk makes a $44 million offer for social media platform Twitter.

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