Ukraine war: Schools ordered to teach remotely as anniversary nears
Ukraine's government has ordered students not to travel to school or university from 22-24 February and instead resume classes remotely as the first anniversary of Moscow’s full-scale invasion of the country nears.
Kyiv, the Institute for the Study of War (ISW) and the UK Defence Ministry have all warned that Russian President Vladimir Putin might unleash a new barrage of attacks across the territory to mark the date.
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Meanwhile, the Kremlin's forces continue making tactical gains in and around the city of Bakhmut in the east of Ukraine.
The US-based ISW has suggested that invading forces have given up on trying to encircle Bakhmut and are instead focusing their efforts on overtaking the city from the north.
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