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Ukraine: Macron warns against escalation after Biden's Russia comments

A Ukrainian serviceman kicks a burnt sleeping bag near the wreck of a Russian tank in Stoyanka, Ukraine, Sunday, March 27, 2022
A Ukrainian serviceman kicks a burnt sleeping bag near the wreck of a Russian tank in Stoyanka, Ukraine, Sunday, March 27, 2022 Copyright AP Photo/Vadim Ghirda
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By Euronews with AP, AFP
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French President Emmanuel Macron warns against escalation of rhetoric, after Joe Biden appeared to suggest regime change in Russia during a speech - something the White House has had to clarify.

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Russia's invasion of Ukraine continues into its second month with more than ten million Ukrainians displaced from their homes as fighting continues. Thousands of civilians and military personnel have been killed in the fighting, which has left widespread devastation in many parts of Ukraine.

See a summary of Sunday's developments in our blog below. For Monday's latest updates click here.

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