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Evacuation of Mariupol Falters as Red Cross Team Is Turned Back


A planned large-scale evacuation of civilians from the southern city of Mariupol, facilitated by the International Committee of the Red Cross, failed on Friday, dashing hopes of easing the humanitarian crisis in the city, which has been besieged by Russian forces for weeks.

A team from the Red Cross that had been on its way to Mariupol to escort a convoy of buses and cars carrying civilians had to turn back because it failed to receive guarantees of conditions that would ensure safe passage,…



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