What happened in Week 19 of Russia’s attack on Ukraine: Kremenchuk mall strike, prisoner swap

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CBC News published this video item, entitled “What happened in Week 19 of Russia’s attack on Ukraine: Kremenchuk mall strike, prisoner swap” – below is their description.

WARNING: This video contains graphic images of severe injury.

More than a dozen civilians were killed in a Russian missile strike on a crowded shopping mall, while Russia and Ukraine made the largest prisoner swap of the war. NATO also extended an invitation for membership to Sweden and Finland. Here’s a recap of the war in Ukraine from June 25 to July 1.

Read the latest: https://www.cbc.ca/news/world

00:00 — Recap of Week 19

00:40 — Deadly missile strike destroys shopping centre in Kremenchuk

1:24 — Russia hits Kyiv with strikes during G7 summit

2:04 — At least 18 killed in Russian attacks on residential areas near Odesa: Ukrainian officials

2:32 — Ukraine says it has carried out largest exchange of prisoners since Russia invaded

3:03 — NATO invites Sweden and Finland to join the military alliance

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