Analysis by Zachary B. Wolf, CNN
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Russian President Vladimir Putin's invasion of Ukraine is increasingly targeting civilians as his military runs into a fiercer-than-expected resistance and more and more refugees head to the border. Get the latest on the invasion.Ukrainians are fighting for their country and for their lives. The US fears that Putin's henchmen have a "kill list" of Ukrainians to attack or detain if Russia takes control.Meanwhile, his government has tightened its grip on the media to control what Russians see and think.ReplayMore Videos ...