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US tells nationals to consider leaving Russia immediately — as it happened

By DW
28 February 2022   |   12:28 pm
The European Union said it will spend €450 million on weapons and equipment for Ukraine. Kyiv and Moscow have sent envoys to peace talks on the Belarus border.

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