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March 15: Three EU leaders in Ukraine, Russian TV protester, China COVID, N. Korea, homeless killer

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Five stories you need to know on March 15: EU leaders visit Ukraine, Russian news presenter interrupted by protester, COVID in China, N. Korea missiles, homeless killer caught

1. Czech, Polish and Slovenian prime ministers travel to Kyiv to show support for Ukraine on behalf of the EU.

2. An anti-war protester interrupted a live news bulletin on Russia’s state TV. The Kremlin has dismissed the extraordinary act as ‘hooliganism’.

3. A U.S. aircraft carrier led military exercises in the Yellow Sea amid signs of an imminent North Korea long-range missile test.

4. China posted a steep jump in daily COVID-19 infections on Tuesday. The number of reported cases hit a two-year high raising concerns about the cost of its tough containment measures.

5. Authorities arrested a suspect in connection with shootings of homeless men in NYC and Washington according to the police department in Washington, D.C.


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