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TOP NEWS: The aggressor’s troops continue to shell Kyiv. Russian invaders try to cut Chernihiv from humanitarian supplies. Russia’s proxies captured an evacuation convoy near Mariupol. Journalists who were filming the bombed maternity hospital were evacuated from Mariupol. Ukrainian photographer missing from Kyiv frontline and feared abducted. In Kherson, the Russian occupiers used tear gas to disperse the crowd gathered for a peaceful protest.
PHOTO OF THE DAY: Czech theaters joined the movement “Light for Mariupol”
An inscription “CHILDREN” made of candles appeared in front of the National Theater in Prague. It should send two messages: support for Mariupol and appeal to Czech political leaders to preserve Mariupol.
VIDEO OF THE DAY: Children sing the National Anthem of Ukraine in the Kharkiv metro
Russian shelling of Kyiv: residential buildings, a truck and a shopping center were damaged
As a result of the Russian shelling of Kyiv’s Obolonskyi district on March 22, two buildings and a truck caught fire. Information about victims and injured is being clarified.
The enemy also shelled Kyiv’s Sviatoshynskyi and Shevchenkivskyi districts. Private buildings (at least three) and several high-rise buildings, as well as a shopping center were damaged.
Russian invaders try to cut Chernihiv from humanitarian supplies
In Chernihiv, Russian invading forces bombed a bridge connecting the city with Kyiv and used for humanitarian supplies.
Russia’s proxies captured an evacuation convoy near Mariupol
Near the village of Mangush, militants of the so-called DNR captured a convoy of buses who were trying to evacuate people through a humanitarian corridor.
Journalists who were filming the bombed maternity hospital were evacuated from Mariupol
Video journalist Mstyslav Chernov and photojournalist Yevhen Maloletka have been filming the Russian siege of Mariupol and Russia’s crimes against civilians since the beginning of its large-scale invasion of Ukraine.
Ukrainian photographer missing from Kyiv frontline and feared abducted
The disappearance of a photojournalist Maks Levin who was reporting from a frontline near Kyiv more than a week ago has fuelled growing concerns over the dangers faced by Ukrainian journalists covering Russia’s invasion of their country.
In the Luhansk region, Russia shelled a residential building and a line of people in a supermarket
In Severodonetsk, the Russian troops shelled a supermarket and a line of people who came for food. Information about deaths and injuries is being clarified.
In Rubizhne, Russians shelled a residential building. Three people were killed, including two children.
The Russian military shelled the Mykolaiv seaport
The port infrastructure has suffered significant damage.
In the Sumy region, the occupants are stealing school buses, fire trucks and ambulances
In the Sumy region, Russian invaders are stealing school buses, ambulances, fire trucks, and residents’ cars. Probably, this is done to break into other cities like civilians.
Ukraine has announced the first suspicion of a Russian military for rape
Ukraine have announced the first suspicion of the Russian occupant who raped a woman in Kyiv region. The Russian military killed the man and raped his wife, threatening her and the child.
Anti-Russian protests in Kherson
In Kherson, the Russian occupiers used tear gas to disperse the crowd gathered for a peaceful protest. According to Suspilne Kherson, some protesters returned to the square when the cloud dissipated.
Greek foreign minister wants to travel with humanitarian aid mission to Mariupol
Nikos Dendias said at a news conference he wanted to lead the mission to the besieged city in southeastern Ukraine, which is home to a sizable ethnic Greek community.