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Ukraine’s divisive mobilization law comes into force as a new Russian push strains front-line troops

  • A divisive mobilization law in Ukraine took effect to boost troop numbers in response to Russia's new offensive threat towards Ukraine's second-largest city.
  • The law was modified from its original version to enhance conscript identification in the country.
  • Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy signed additional laws allowing prisoners to join the army and increasing fines for draft dodgers, while Russia's President Vladimir Putin emphasized the aim to establish a buffer zone rather than capture Kharkiv.
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