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The last 24 hours in Ukraine

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Positive news:
> Prisoners of war were exchanged betweenthe two sides. As a result, 45 Ukrainians
have been released.
> Two villages in the Kharkiv region were liberated by the Ukrainian Armed Forces.

Other news:
> Kyiv was hit by Russian missiles while UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres was visiting.
> The Russian military stole more than 60 tons of wheat in the occupied city of Kamyanka-Dniprovska.

Other news:
>The German parliament has voted to supply heavy weapons to Ukraine.
>Russia has spent more than $1.1 billion on the destruction of Mariupol.
>Putin has made threats of a “lightning-fast response” if any further country intervenes in war.

Positive news:
>A good samaritan has welcomed Ukrainian refugees into his 15th-century castle in County Galway, Ireland.

Positive news:
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Water supplies have been restored in limited capacity in Bucha and Irpen.

Other news:
>A sculpture celebrating the "reunification of Ukraine and Russia" was dismantled in Kyiv.
>Russia’s Gazprom has suspended gas supplies to Bulgaria and Poland.
>Ukraine’s military is switching to NATO weapons, according to its Minister for Foreign Affairs.

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