Ukrainians battle Putin and general Winter

Ukrainians Battle Putin and General Winter | GZERO World

As Ukrainian forces continue to reclaim land, Putin has targeted the country's energy infrastructure and enlisted an old Russian ally: the Winter.

But even as air raid sirens wail over a blacked-out city, Iryna B, a young translator in Kyiv, tells GZERO that the Kremlin can't freeze over her country's fighting spirit.

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