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Ukraine’s president has sharply criticised the human rights organisation Amnesty International. Volodomyr Zelenskyy has accused it of ‘victim blaming’ after Amnesty International alleged Ukrainian troops had endangered civilians while fighting Russian soldiers.

On the ground in Ukraine, there’s reported to be heavy fighting in the south, close to the Russian-held city of Kherson. And in the eastern Donetsk region, Ukrainian civilians have fled their homes, forced to leave by incessant Russian shelling.

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