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Ukraine / Russian Invasion / Mariupol, Russia / Hertling Interview #1366078

CNN Evening News for Friday, May 06, 2022
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The destruction of Mariupol in Ukraine by the Russians, who are putting their stamp on the city before the Russian celebration of the end of World War II on Monday, the Monday signing by President Biden of a Ukraine Lend-Lease Bill to provide military aid, introduced. Report introduced.

(Kryvvyi Rih, Ukraine: Nick Paton Walsh) the war in Mariupol featured; scenes shown of Russian soldiers evacuating the people, featured; of rubble clean up of the bombed-out theater, a camp where Ukrainians are held before being sent to Russia, Kherson, images of dead Russians. What the mayor of Kharkiv is telling the people about possible missile strikes in the city discussed.

(Studio: Anderson Cooper; Moscow: Matthew Chance) The plans for the Victory Day parade in Moscow on Monday at which time Russian President Vladimir Putin may formally declare war in Ukraine discussed; scenes shown of past parades; details given of the apology to Israel about what foreign minister Sergey Lavrov aid about Hitler's Jewish blood

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with CNN's military analyst retired Gen. Mark Hertling. [HERTLING - offers views on what will happen to Mariupol moving forward: rebuild or Russification of the city: a hollow victory, but Putin will pin medals on soldiers when victory as not happened, on what difference the US weaponry {howitzers & radars} could do for Ukraine, on the role of intelligence in "targeting".]

Cooper, Anderson;
Walsh, Nick Paton;
Chance, Matthew

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