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Day 117. Today, we discuss the latest updates from Ukraine and Europe, and analyse the view of Putin’s invasion from central Asia with our correspondent James Kilner, who’s on the ground in Nur-Sultan, the capital of Kazakhstan.

Contributors:

David Knowles (Host)

Francis Dearnley (Assistant Comment Editor)

Katie O’Neill (Foreign Correspondent)

James Kilner (Correspondent)

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