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Ukraine: Russia must ‘pay for what they destroyed,’ says Germany

The US, Britain and the EU have pledged €60 billion to help Ukraine rebuild. But Germany's development minister says it's "obvious" that Moscow should ultimately foot the bill for the destruction caused by the war.

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