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Could Russia take Ukraine’s second city? Putin on the offensive

By France24
14 May 2024   |   3:24 pm
Moscow has opened a new front with Ukraine after taking several villages near Kharkiv. Russia’s spring offensive takes form as President Vladimir Putin replaces defence minister Sergei Shoigu with another Kremlin loyalist – Andrei Belousov, the deputy prime minister in charge of the economy.

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