Russia-Ukraine war latest: Zelenskiy predicts ‘victorious chord’ in battle after Ukraine wins Eurovision – live

Ukraine’s Kalush Orchestra rides wave of emotional support from European public; another convoy of refugees evacuated safely from Mariupol

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  • Refugees staying with UK hosts not cleared by criminal record checks
  • Putin warns Finland that joining Nato would harm Russia relations
  • Senior US senators visit Zelenskiy in Kyiv

Hello and welcome to the Guardian’s live coverage of the war in Ukraine. I’m Tess McClure and I’ll be with you for the next few hours before handing over to my colleagues in London.

Here are some of the key developments of the past few hours, including the safe evacuation of another convoy of refugees from Mariupol and Ukraine’s win in the Eurovision song contest on a wave of emotional support from the European public.

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