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Ukraine war latest: Ukraine says it repelled Russian offensive in Zaporizhzhia Oblast

Ukraine war latest: Ukraine says it repelled Russian offensive in Zaporizhzhia Oblast

by The Kyiv Independent news desk

Key developments on Feb. 17-18: * Ukraine says it repelled Russian offensive in Zaporizhzhia Oblast * ISW: Russia could replicate Avdiivka's capture tactics if West continues to delay aid * Kuleba meets with Chinese FM in Munich * Russian missile attack on Kramatorsk, Sloviansk kills civilians Ukrainian forces defeated a Russian offensive in Zaporizhzhia

Ukraine war latest: Military says counteroffensive in south begins as Russia continues assault on Ukraine

Ukraine war latest: Military says counteroffensive in south begins as Russia continues assault on Ukraine

by Asami Terajima

As signs that Ukraine had launched its long-awaited counteroffensive to liberate Russian-occupied Kherson began to emerge on Aug. 29, the Ukrainian government once again called on the remaining residents in occupied Kherson Oblast to evacuate. The Ukrainian military launched its counteroffensive in “many directions” in the south, Natalia Humeniuk, spokesperson

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