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  • 2 Americans captured fighting in Ukraine ‘should be punished,’ Kremlin spokesman tells NBC News’ Keir Simmons

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  • Another American has been killed in Ukraine, State Dept. confirms

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  • ‘Now we are only one step away’: Zelenskyy on E.U. membership bid

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  • Boris Johnson makes second trip to Kyiv, offers military training program

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  • Putin mocks U.S. as having ‘declared itself the messenger of God on Earth’

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  • ‘Ukraine can count on us’: European leaders visit Zelenskyy in show of solidarity

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  • Russia extends Brittney Griner's detention, according to state media

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  • ‘This war is far from over’: Obama calls for long-term international aid for Ukraine

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Putin suggests 2016 election meddlers could have been Jews, Ukrainians

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In his exclusive interview with NBC News’ Megyn Kelly, Russian President Vladimir Putin says he "couldn’t care less" which people with Russian citizenship, like Ukrainians, Tatars and Jews, are connected to election meddling in the U.S. because "they do not represent the interests of the Russian state."