Russian troops refocus efforts on southern, eastern parts of Ukraine
Civilians are bracing for the possibility of more attacks like last week’s airstrike on a crowded train station in Kramatorsk that killed dozens of people as they tried to flee.
One cause for concern is Russia’s appointment of a new general to oversee the invasion. Aleksandr Dvornikov previously commanded Russian forces in Syria, where they also targeted civilians.
Here & Now‘s Jane Clayson speaks with The Washington Post’s Dalton Bennett.
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