The first evacuations from a steel plant in Mariupol, site of the last stand by Ukrainian troops, continued Monday a day after 100 civilians were freed. But more than 100,000 Ukrainians remain in the city, which has now been besieged for two months. And in Moscow, Russia’s foreign minister ignited a firestorm with a claim that Adolf Hitler had Jewish heritage. Nick Schifrin reports from Ukraine.
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