Russian troops driven out of Kharkiv in Ukraine, as military losses mount | 9 News Australia

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Russia’s military losses are mounting in Ukraine, with its troops being driven out of the eastern city of Kharkiv. It comes as Finland and Sweden solidify their plans to join NATO despite Russian President Vladimir Putin’s warning.

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