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Ukraine returns 140 POWs from Russian captivity

On New Year’s Day, Ukraine repels Russian missile attacks and brings its soldiers home.

On 31 December, the Head of the Presidential Office of Ukraine, Andriy Yermak announced that 140 of the country’s warriors were freed from Russian captivity, including defenders of Mariupol and the Zmiinyi Island and members of the Territorial Defense Forces.

In addition, dog Adik who had been taken by Russian troops from Azovstal defender was also released.

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