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How far will it go? Russia attacks western Ukraine as aid remains blocked

By France24
20 March 2022   |   5:05 pm
We examine the role played by Western allies in the Ukraine conflict. We're asking: what will NATO do next? There was more destruction in and around Kyiv this Tuesday. So what will NATO do? It is a question many observers are asking. Most importantly, it is the only question people in Ukraine want answered.

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