TOP NEWS: Russia has again dropped a bomb on the shelter of several hundred people in Mariupol. City residents are forcibly deported to Russia. The enemy launched a missile strike on the Ivano-Frankivsk region, and continued to shell Kharkiv, Kyiv and Luhansk region. The occupiers kidnap Ukrainian activists, volunteers, journalists and local authorities.
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Russia dropped bombs on an art school in Mariupol, where about 400 people were hiding
Women, children and the elderly were hiding in an art school in Mariupol. The building is destroyed, people are under the rubble.
Residents of Mariupol are forcibly deported to Russia
People are forcibly deported to Russia. Russians had confiscated their Ukrainian passports and instead had issued some pieces of paper.
Apocalyptic view of Mariupol being destroyed by Russia.
In Kyiv, 228 people, including 4 children, have been killed
More than 900 citizens, including 16 children, have been wounded since Russia’s all-out invasion of Ukraine.
Russian troops shelled Makariv in the Kyiv region. Seven people have been killed
The occupants fired heavy artillery at the village of Makariv in the Kyiv region. Seven people have been killed. Five people have been injured.
Russia fired a missile at Ivano-Frankivsk region
The Armed Forces of Ukraine confirmed another Russian missile strike on the Ivano-Frankivsk region in Western Ukraine. The enemy targeted a warehouse with ammunition.
Two children and a woman have been killed in Rubizhne from Russian shelling
On March 19, Russia shelled a residential building in Rubizhne. Two kids and a woman have been killed. One child has been rescued.
Five people, including a boy, were killed in Kharkiv
Five people, including a 9-year-old boy, were killed by shelling or airstrikes in Kharkiv.
More than two thousand Mariupol residents escaped from Russian terror
On March 19, another 363 cars with 2,128 residents of Mariupol arrived in Zaporizhzhia. 648 of them were children.
Five buses with Mariupol residents also arrived in Zaporizhia. That’s about 500 people.