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‘Hear, hear, hero!’: British papers hail Ukrainian leader’s rousing speech

By France24
09 March 2022   |   12:28 pm
Wednesday, March 9: We look at reactions from the British press after the Ukrainian President's speech to the House of Commons, imploring Britain for more help in fighting the Russian invasion. Also, the economic impact of the war is dominating the European front pages. Finally, we look at the Ukrainian sportsmen and women who are taking up arms to fight the Russians.

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