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  • Ukrainian troops in U.K. receive training in multiple launch rocket systems

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  • Biggest exchange of prisoners of war since Russian invasion, Ukrainian military says

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  • NATO chief: ‘Ukraine can count on us for as long as it takes’

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Mariupol residents suffer under continued Russian bombardment

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As Russia continues its bombardment of Mariupol, Ukraine, thousands of displaces residents are having to move to shelters to survive. According to city officials, the siege has causes food, water, and energy shortages and at least 2,300 have died so far in the city, with some buried in mass graves.