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EU leaders in Kyiv, Battle for Donbas, Sanctions and soaring energy prices, Saudi sportswashing


The World This Week takes us to a night train to Kyiv, the first trip to Ukraine since the start of the war for the leaders of France, Germany and Italy. Is it enough to steel the European Union resolve when it comes to Russia? Our panel of journalists weights in about soaring inflation, oil prices and how Russia's loss could be Saudi Arabia's gain. Leaders and golfing professionals alike are ready to overlook the kingdom's human rights record. 

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