War in Ukraine live updates: As Biden visits Poland, Russian soldiers are reportedly detaining Ukrainian journalists

Published March 25, 2022 at 8:08 AM EDT
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President Biden meets with service members from the 82nd Airborne Division who are working alongside Polish allies on deterrence on NATO's eastern flank in the city of Rzeszow in southeastern Poland on Friday.

President Biden is traveling along the eastern flank of NATO, including a stop in a Polish town only 60 miles from the Ukraine border to see the war's disruption firsthand.

Here's what else we're following:

The war enters a second month: Fighting has intensified north of the capital, Kyiv. But Ukrainian forces now claim to have regained most of suburban Irpin.

Casualties in the Mariupol theater: Around 300 are feared dead in a bombing that happened earlier this month.

From Ukraine's largest children's hospital: We gather stories of some of the youngest victims of war.