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Russia-Ukraine conflict: Touring the battle trenches in Kyiv

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Throughout the war, the Ukrainian military has been supported by the Territorial Defence Forces. More than 100,000 Ukrainian civilians who have volunteered to help with the fight In the Ukrainian capital have been busy digging trenches to help defend against the Russian advance.

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