Residents in Ukraine's port city Odesa anxiously prepare, wait for possible attack from Russia
The military has been fortifying buildings with barbed wire and sandbags in Odesa. Ukraine’s third-largest city is an economic hub and a possible future target of Russia.
Isabelle Khurshudyan, a foreign correspondent for The Washington Post, discusses how the city is preparing for a potential attack from Russia.
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