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Ukraine / Russian Invasion / Russia / Kyiv / Klitschko Brothers #1357781

CNN Evening News for Thursday, Mar 24, 2022
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The refuting of the Russian claim that the war in Ukraine is going as planned introduced; scenes shown of tanks damaged in a counter-offensive n Kyiv, areas retaken by Ukraine, a missile strike in Kharkiv, a girl in the hospital after being shot with sandbags in the window; children casualty statistics cited, President Biden at the NATO summit. [BIDEN - offers views on chemical & biological weapons & a response if Russian President Vladimir Putin used them.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper; Kyiv: Frederik Pleitgen) The situation in Irpin & Kyiv that are still being worked as the assault continues reviewed; scenes shown of the mayor with the people. [Kyiv Mayor Vladimir & Viktor KLITSCHKO@ - talks about a democratic country; states we don't need to organize: we are ready; states we need to close our skies: we need a no-fly zone & defense equipment; asserts it is our homeland: our roots are here.] How the brothers have responded to the challenge in Kyiv discussed.

(Studio: Anderson Cooper; Brussels: Phil Mattingly) The arrival of Biden in Europe to meet with NATO with more support for Ukraine with more economic sanctions as the invasion continues with discussion over preparations for chemical & biological weapons, the economic impact on Russia, but Putin has not shifted calculations discussed.

Cooper, Anderson;
Pleitgen, Frederik;
Mattingly, Phil

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