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#GlobalNews Global National: May 4, 2022| Russia, Ukraine forces believed to be fighting in Mariupol steel plant

 Warning: This video contains disturbing content. Discretion advised.

As people remain trapped under the Azovstal steel plant in Mariupol, Ukraine, there are reports fighting has broken out at the facility after Russian forces infiltrated it. Redmond Shannon reports on how many people could be there; the new evidence about how many people died in the March attack on a theatre-turned-bomb shelter; and the fight to preserve Ukraine's rail system.

Sixty investigators from the United Nations are also now in Ukraine, working to uncover and document alleged abuses and war crimes. Crystal Goomansingh sat down with the mission's leader, Matilda Bogner, to talk about the vast number of horrors witnessed, the UN team's obstacles, and why it could take years for accountability. 

The decision is not final, but fears are rising about the broader implications if the U.S. Supreme Court ends up overturning Roe v. Wade, the landmark 1973 decision that legalized abortion. Jackson Proskow looks at the many states already set to scrap abortion rights, the warnings about what other rights are in danger of being eroded, and how some Republicans are concerned about where the party is headed.

In Ottawa, Canadian politicians are also facing new pressure over abortion rights amid the potential decision in the U.S. Abigail Bimman explains how the federal Liberals are falling behind on campaign promises around abortion, and how many Conservatives are staying silent on the issue.

The Conservatives are accusing Prime Minister Justin Trudeau of dropping the "F-word" during question period. David Akin explains what happened, and how Trudeau responded by quoting his father, former prime minister Pierre Elliott Trudeau. 

As severe floods in southern Manitoba drench the Peguis First Nation, some residents have left, while others stayed behind. As Marney Blunt reports, they're lending a helping hand to fend off the floodwaters. 

And the physical toll of COVID-19 on patients has been well documented. What's received far less attention is how the illness has affected people who watched their loved ones suffer. Jamie Mauracher reports on a new study of patients' families and the trauma they experienced, and in some cases, are still struggling with today.

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