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How Ukrainian Soldiers Are Preparing For The Battle Over Kherson

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How Ukrainian Soldiers Are Preparing For The Battle Over Kherson

More than eight months after the start of Russia's war in Ukraine, new challenges are emerging.

NPR's Franco Ordoñez reports that Ukrainian soldiers are preparing for what could be their toughest battle yet: the fight for the southern city of Kherson.

Meanwhile, supply chain issues are complicating the flow of Western military aid to Ukraine. We hear about that from NPR Pentagon correspondent Tom Bowman and NPR global economics correspondent Stacey Vanek Smith.

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