Russia-Ukraine War: Latest News Updates on October 11, 2022 – Bloomberg

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The leaders of the Group of Seven industrialized nations pledged support for Ukraine and condemned this week’s intensified attacks from Russia, saying targeting innocent civilian populations constitutes a war crime, and vowing to hold Putin accountable. 

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