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Zelenskyy: Ukraine is ‘fighting for salvation’ amid Russian bombardment

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Ukrainian President Zelenskyy said the sound of air raid sirens had become normal across the country, adding that Ukrainians are “fighting for salvation with one of the strongest armies in the world.” President Zelenskyy also appealed to the rest of Europe, saying that Russia wants to go “much farther than Ukraine.”