Podcast | Expansion of the war into attacks on civilian targets – What does the turn mean?

HS Vision’s morning podcast covers the day’s most important news about the economy, technology or politics. In the podcast version, the most important news developments of the day are also anticipated.

Yesterday, Monday, Russian President Vladimir Putin said that Russia had hit cities all over Ukraine, and anyway, the war seemed to have taken a surprising and brutal turn towards killing civilians.

Editor Tuomas Peltomäki, guest Juuso Määttänen.

■ The HS Visio podcast, published on weekday mornings, covers the day’s most important news from the fields of economics, politics, and technology. You can subscribe to the podcast on the most common podcast services or listen to it on the HS application.

You can listen to the conversation on the player above. You can also order news analyzes like this to your own phone, as the discussion is part of the HS Visio podcast.

In the weekday morning podcast, HS’s expert journalists reveal the background and meaning of the most important news. In addition, the podcast provides a preview of the news day, the purpose of which is to help the listener to curb the flood of political, economic, and foreign news and notifications of the coming day by rooting out the most relevant news topics.

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