19th Day of the Russian War in Ukraine

Russia shelled several residential buildings in Kyiv
Russia shelled several residential buildings in Kyiv, March 14, by Aris Messinis

TOP NEWS: Russia shells residential buildings in Kyiv and continues attacks on Kharkiv. For the first time there was a “green corridor” for people to leave Mariupol. About 20 000 people can be killed by Russia in Mariupol. Russia blew up explosives next to the Zaporizhzhya nuclear power plant and damaged the power line that supplies the Chernobyl nuclear power plant again. The aggressor destroyed the bridge between Energodar and Zaporizhia.

PHOTO OF THE DAY: During the day, Russia shelled at least 6 residential buildings in Kyiv

This is one of the buildings on fire after Russian shelling in Sviatoshyn, a suburb of Kyiv.

VIDEO OF THE DAY: Mariupol is on fire

Defenders of Mariupol showed what the city shelled by the Russians looks like from the air.

MAIN NEWS

Occupiers blow up explosives next to ZNPP

Energoatom reports that explosives were blown up next to the destroyed training centre and Unit 1. They plan to carry on with explosions at Europe’s biggest nuclear facility.

Russia shelled several residential buildings in Kyiv

An enemy shell hit a residential building in Kyiv’s Podilskyi District on March 14. At least one person was killed.

Russian shells hit a residential building in the Podilskyi District and a private building in Osokorky District on March 15.

Two residential buildings in the Sviatoshyn District and the Lukyanivska metro station were shelled by Russia on March 15.

At least two people were killed in attacks on residential buildings in the Sviatoshyn District.

Seven people died in Russian shelling in Kharkiv region

Russian shells hit residential buildings and shopping malls in Kharkiv. There was a fire. At least seven people were killed.

A building collapsed in the center of Kharkiv from Russian shelling.

The consequences of the Russian army “liberation” in the downtown of Kharkiv

About 20 000 people can be killed by Russia in Mariupol

The dead are buried in the yards and on the streets.

The Russians started to let people out of Mariupol

A “green corridor” was finally launched, Petro Andriushchenko, Adviser to the Mayor of Mariupol reports. 

The occupants destroyed the bridge between Energodar and Zaporizhzhia

There is no longer a direct route between Energodar and Zaporizhzhia. You can only go around through hotspots controlled by the enemy. Humanitarian convoys and evacuation of people are still impossible.

In Rubizhne, Luhansk region, the enemy destroyed several schools and hospital

Four people were killed during the Russian attacks on Rubizhne.

The power line that supplies the Chernobyl nuclear power plant has been damaged again

The power line that supplies the Chernobyl nuclear power plant and the town of Slavutych was damaged by the occupying forces after the Ukrenergo repair crew restored the line.

Ukrenergo emphasizes that the Chornobyl NPP is an important facility that cannot be left without a reliable energy supply. A stable power supply will help avoid a repeat of the Chernobyl disaster and save the lives and health of people who might be affected.

Another proof found of Russia preparing a chemical attack against Ukraine

Professional chemist spotted among Russia’s occupation contingent.

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