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

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  • U.K.'s Boris Johnson calls out Putin's 'toxic masculinity'

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  • Biden, NATO pledge additional troops to Eastern Europe amid war in Ukraine

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  • Ukrainian woman captured by Russians reunites with her mother

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  • Biden pledges greater defense commitment to Europe in wake of Russian invasion

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  • Ukraine's Zelenskyy says video shows Russians targeted Kremenchuk mall

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  • 300,000 NATO troops on high alert in response to Russian threat

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  • Russian missile hits Ukraine mall: Around 20 killed

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Zelenskyy calls situation in Donbas ‘extremely difficult’

01:16

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy said the situation in Donbas was "extremely difficult" as Russian forces continued their offensive in Sloviansk and Severodonetsk. Zelenskyy also thanked President Joe Biden for signing the $40 billion support package for Ukraine, calling it “a historic contribution to the protection of freedom in Europe."