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Germany’s Scholz says Russian air attacks on Ukraine constiute ‘war crimes’

Delivering a government statement to lawmakers, German Chancellor Olaf Scholz vowed continued support for Ukraine. He said Europe will have to deal with the consequences of the war for years to come.

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