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Life in Ukraine's post-siege Mariupol: Barter markets and Russian TVMARIUPOL — People are slowly starting to return to the streets of the southern Ukrainian city of Mariupol, pummelled by weeks of shelling from Russian forces and now fully under Russian control.

Assault on Ukraine's Sievierodonetsk taking longer than Russian forces hoped

Hungary PM Orban hails exemption in EU Russian oil ban

Commentary: Using seized Russian assets to rebuild Ukraine won't be easyWestern leaders are scrambling for legal mechanisms to make use of frozen assets while preserving trust and due process, says the Financial Times' Gillian Tett.

EU leaders back push to ban some Russian oil over war in UkraineNot just some... two third

Life in Ukraine's post-siege Mariupol: Barter markets and Russian TV