A top Russian diplomat has announced plans for another ceasefire in Ukraine, saying Moscow will open humanitarian corridors to let civilians in besieged Ukrainian cities evacuate in the direction of their choice after Ukraine rejected an earlier Russian plan that proposed evacuation routes mostly to Russia and its ally, Belarus. Previous attempts at ceasefires have failed amid continued shelling, with both sides accusing the other of violating truce terms.
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