Odessa prepares for Russian attacks - DW News

The Black Sea port city of Odessa is preparing for an offensive by Russian troops. Odessa's mayor says the Russian military could soon surround the city on three sides, effectively cutting it off from the rest of the country. Locals are volunteering to defend their hometown - and say they're ready to put up a fight.

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