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Russian Attacks in Kharkiv Kill 11 as Ukraine Asks NATO, U.S. for Help Training Its Army

HeadlineMay 20, 2024

At least 11 people died in Ukraine’s Kharkiv region on Sunday as Russia intensifies its offensive in northeastern Ukraine. This comes as Ukrainian officials have asked the United States and other NATO nations to send troops to Ukraine to help train new recruits. On Thursday, the chair of the U.S. Joint Chiefs of Staff, General Charles Brown, hinted such a plan is being discussed. He said, “We’ll get there eventually, over time.”

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