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- Pressure is intensifying on Bakhmut, Russian troops continue their advance in the northern outskirts of this city, which has become a symbol of the conflict.
- Estonians began voting Sunday to elect their new parliament in a vote that could strengthen far-right nationalists, a party that campaigned on opposition to new arms shipments to Ukraine.
- "We're going to have a third world war if something doesn't happen quickly," Trump warned after openly disapproving of U.S. aid to Ukraine. The former president was speaking Saturday at the major political convention organized by the Republican Party, in suburban Washington.
10:30 a.m.: Russian pressure on Bakhmout intensifies
Russian forces continue to advance in the northern outskirts of the city, a symbol of the conflict. "Ukraine's defense of the city of Bakhmut is under increasing pressure, with intense fighting in and around the city," Britain's Defense Ministry tweeted Saturday.
10:29 am: Hello everyone
Hello and thank you for following the news of the conflict on Sunday, March 4. As every day, the editorial staff of 20 Minutes is mobilized to inform you minute by minute about the war in Ukraine.
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