We seem to be at a turning point in Ukraine’s resistance, as Russian troops are forced to flee from dozens of towns and villages outside Kharkiv in the north east of the country – including Kupiansk, an important railway hub and one of Russia’s key supply routes to the east.
There are suggestions that the invading forces were outwitted. Russia redeployed troops to Kherson in the south of the country where Ukraine launched another recent offensive…leaving them stretched and vulnerable to swift counter-attacks in the north.
Adrian Goldberg gets a view of life inside Ukraine from Zarina Zabrisky from Odessa, who has been to the site of the Chernobyl reactor and marks our card about Zaporozhia nuclear plant.
Produced by Adrian Goldberg and Harvey White.
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