100 days of Russia-Ukraine War: Russia now holds 20% of Ukrainian territory
What: Friday marked 100 days since Russia first attacked and invaded Ukraine. Kyiv announced Moscow was now in control of a fifth of Ukrainian territory, including Crimea and parts of the Donbas seized in 2014.
NATO response: NATO chief Jens Stoltenberg warned Thursday that Ukraine's allies needed to brace for a gruelling "war of attrition". He stated that they have to be prepared for the long haul.
Background: Since Russia's February 24 invasion, thousands of people have been killed and millions forced to flee. On the battlefield, up to 100 Ukrainian soldiers are dying every day, according to Ukranian President Zelensky.