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Allies send more weapons, Zelenskyy defiant

The U.S. and several allies announced a plan to limit Russia’s financial capabilities on Saturday, while Germany and the U.S. said they will send more munitions to Ukraine as the Eastern European country deals with multifaceted attacks from Russian forces.

Earlier in the day Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy said Kyiv had managed to repel Russian attacks overnight and that his army remained in control of the capital. Ukraine said Russian missiles hit an apartment building in Kyiv as Russian troops closed in.

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