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Mykolaiv Mayor: Soldiers Are "Ready to Fight to the Death"

Christiane speaks with the Mayor of Mykolaiv, who confirms Russia's use of cluster bombs and reports that Ukrainian fighters have pushed a number of Russian tanks away from the city's airport.

Mykolaiv Mayor: Soldiers Are "Ready to Fight to the Death"

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