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U.S. State Department warns Americans not to travel to Ukraine

The U.S. State Department on Friday (March 11) said that U.S. citizens who travel to Ukraine, including those who go to participate in the conflict, face a very real risk of capture or death as it warned that Washington would not be able to facilitate evacuation.

“They may be subject to potential attempts at criminal prosecution and may be at heightened risk for mistreatment,” State Department spokesperson Ned Price told reporters.

The State Department’s warning comes as Russian forces bombarded cities across Ukraine and appeared to be regrouping for a. possible assault on the capital Kyiv.

(Production: Kristin Neubauer)

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