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    Ukraine war daily update: Putin's private army is heading back to the front-line - what we know

    Hundreds of former Wagner fighters are thought to have been redeployed in the ongoing conflict - and while their exact status was unclear, many have experience in the city of Bakhmut.

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    War in Ukraine: Citizens trapped in ‘apocalyptic’ Mariupol

    As war rages across Ukraine, people living in the port city of Mariupol are facing a humanitarian disaster. Attempts to evacuate civilians have so far failed, and with no running water or electricity and dwindling food supplies, residents appear trapped in the besieged city and forced to fend for themselves.

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    What to expect at the Biden-Putin summit in Geneva: Yahoo News Explains

    Russian President Vladimir Putin has been a constant challenge for every American president since Bill Clinton — and now it’s Joe Biden’s turn. The upcoming summit between the U.S. and Russian leaders represents a major diplomatic test for Biden’s administration at a time when antagonism between Washington and Moscow is at its worst in decades. Yahoo News National Security Correspondent Zach Dorfman previews what to expect.

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    Belarus President Alexander Lukashenko: 'A good belting can be useful for a kid'

    Alexander Lukashenko, President of Belarus, made his comments as he said a prospective domestic violence for the country needs more work.

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    What Is It Like To Live Near Chernobyl Today?

    This week marks the 30th anniversary of the Chernobyl disaster, that saw a nuclear power plant go into meltdown before exploding and sending lethal dust into the air. A staggering 56,700 square miles of Ukraine, Belarus and Russia was covered by the fallout, forcing hundreds of thousands of residents to leave their homes for good in what is, to date, the world’s worst nuclear accident. Today, a 25-mile exclusion zone around the plant still remains, but life still goes on for those who remained