Ukraine Invasion: Humanitarian corridors closed for ‘security reasons’

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Ukrainian humanitarian corridors have ceased after shelling risked the safety of civilians trying to escape and aid coming in.

Defence analyst Michael Clarke looks at the circumstances surrounding the halt on humanitarian aid as well as the movements of the Russian forces.

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