What happened in Week 12 of Russia’s attack on Ukraine: battle for the Donbas


Warning: This video contains graphic images that show bodies of the dead at 1:41 and 2:02.

Russian and Ukrainian troops fight village by village in the Donbas, with little progress for the Kremlin. The war pushes Finland to seek NATO membership and a Russian soldier is charged with the first war crime since the start of the conflict. Here’s a recap of the war in Ukraine from May 7 to 13.

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0:00 — Recap of Week 12
00:28 — Russian military massing forces in battle for Donbas, Ukraine’s top general says
00:57 — Putin blames the West for Ukrainian invasion during Victory Day address
01:42 — Russian troops abandon dead soldiers’ bodies, Ukrainian officials say
02:11 — All women, children and older adults rescued from Mariupol steel mill, Ukraine says
02:49 — Ukraine charges Russian soldier in killing of civilian, will be 1st war crimes trial
03:06 — Kremlin says Finland’s membership in NATO would be a threat to Russia
03:30 — U.S. passes $40 billion military, humanitarian aid package for Ukraine
03:41 — Trudeau meets Zelensky in Kyiv, reopens Canada’s embassy
04:15 — More than 150 Ukrainians resettle in Newfoundland

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