Missiles pound Ukraine’s Odesa after Russia marks WW2 victory

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By Pavel Polityuk and Jonathan Landay KYIV/KHARKIV, Ukraine (Reuters) – Buildings in Odesa lay in ruins on Tuesday, a day after Kremlin forces pounded the southern Ukrainian port with missiles and Russian President Vladimir Putin led defiant celebrations marking the Soviet’s victory over Nazi Germany in World War Two. While Putin was silent about plans for any escalation in Ukraine, there was no let up in fighting with a renewed push by Russian forces on Monday to defeat the last Ukrainian troops holding out in a steelworks in ruined Mariupol. “You are fighting for the Motherland, for its futu…

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