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Global outrage grows over Russian atrocities in Ukraine

Clip: 04/08/2022 | 14m | Video has closed captioning.

The Russian invasion of Ukraine is now entering its seventh week, as the world saw carnage and brutality unlike anything seen before in the conflict. Russia’s military withdrawal , from Bucha, a suburb of Kyiv, exposed atrocities against Ukraine’s civilians. President Biden this week introduced a new round of sanctions targeting Russian banks and elites, including President Putin’s daughters.

Aired: 04/08/22

Rating: NR

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