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Day 131.

Today we discuss the latest updates from across the front lines, hear from our reporter on the ground in Ukraine, and hear more about India’s geopolitical position

Contributors:

Sophie Coe (Host), Dominic Nicholls (Defence & Security Editor), Colin Freeman (Foreign Correspondent), Joe Wallen (South Asia Correspondent).

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