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Trudy Rubin: I’m heading for Ukraine to learn if it can survive Putin’s aggression

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The Philadelphia Inquirer

When you read this column, I’ll be on my way to Ukraine. It will be a vastly different trip than the one I took in February just prior to the Russian invasion. Only five months ago, I was able to wander the attractive streets of downtown Mariupol, visit the yacht club, take a photo in front of the historic drama theater. Today, the city of Mariupol no longer exists, all its buildings razed or damaged, 500,000 citizens dead or scattered, the theater deliberately bombed despite having 1,000 civilians within its walls. What many Americans don’t realize is that Mariupol’s fate is being replicated …

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