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A children’s hospital Ukrainian city Mariupol The city council said in a post on the Internet that it had been destroyed by Russian airstrikes. “Russian occupation forces dropped several bombs on the children’s hospital. The disaster was huge,” he said, adding that he had not yet received any casualties. This information could not be immediately verified by Reuters. Russia denies targeting civilians in its invasion of Ukraine. It is noteworthy that journalist Kostas Onishenko, who lives in Kiev, uploaded a video on social media from the hospital where the bombing took place, while the Russians attacked the central square of Mariupol.

Russian troops bomb a children's hospital in Mariupol (1)
Russian troops bomb a children's hospital in Mariupol (2)

Check out tweets from the Ukrainian military and journalist Kostos Onishenko:

Rosemary-rich lizard infestations were discovered at a hospital in Mariupol.
Ruined Colossus. pic.twitter.com/9pRjmGsPVq

– rmArmed Forces (rArmedForcesUkr) March 9, 2022

The Russians launched an air strike on the Mariupol Central Market and Children’s Hospital. The death toll is unknown. pic.twitter.com/L8P18dhIj9

– ONisenko (nisOnisenko) March 9, 2022

According to the mayor of Donetsk, 17 people, including pregnant women, were injured in the blast.


Zhelensky: Stop the killings now

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zhelensky spoke on Twitter about the new Russian offensive, citing videos from the ruins of a hospital.

“Mariupol. Immediate attack by Russian forces on maternity hospital. People, children, under the rubble. Brutality! How much longer will people be complicit in ignoring terrorism? Shut down the air now! Stop the killings!” You have the power, but you seem to be losing humanity “” Opinion of the President of Ukraine.

Like Mariupol. Direct strike by Russian troops at maternity hospital. People and children are in the rubble. Horror! How much longer will the world be complicit in ignoring terrorism? Close the sky right now! Stop the killings! You have power but you lose humanity. pic.twitter.com/FoaNdbKH5k

– Volodymyr Klensky (ZelenskyyUa) March 9, 2022

Mikhail Pontolyak, an adviser to Ukrainian President Zhelensky, posted a video of the Mariupol bombing on Twitter. “Mariupol is being destroyed by the Russian bombing. The maternity hospital was directly affected. There are women and children in the rubble. Instead of new life – deaths. Is it not enough to cover the skies of Ukraine with missiles?” Is this not an argument to prevent murder? “He insisted.

Mariupol is destroyed by RF bombs in our eyes. There was a direct blow to the maternity center. Women and children in labor are in the rubble. Instead of new life – deaths. Missiles டி Closing the sky is not enough? Is there no argument to stop the murder? pic.twitter.com/lwUNrg4AkV

– Mikhail Potolyak (odPodolyak_M) March 9, 2022

Boris Johnson: We are responsible for Putin’s crimesNot long ago, the British Prime Minister said in a post on social media that Great Britain was exploring the possibility of further support for Ukraine so that it could defend itself against Russian airstrikes. At the same time, he says Putin will be asked to “take responsibility for his crimes.”

There are some things worse than targeting the vulnerable and insecure.

The UK is exploring additional support to defend Ukraine against airstrikes. #PutinMust Fail https://t.co/JBuvB78HVC

– Boris Johnson (orBorisJohnson) March 9, 2022

More than 400,000 Ukrainians are trapped in Mariupol

More than 400,000 besieged people are remembered as “hostages.” Like Mariupol Ukrainian Foreign Minister Dmitry Kuleba said today that Ukrainian forces are preventing humanitarian aid and evacuation.

The Ukrainian minister stressed on the port, describing the conditions under which citizens try to leave safely when the Russians attack a Ukrainian city. Like Mariupol Emerging scenes are “exposure”.

“Millions of people have taken refuge there without access to water, electricity or heating to protect themselves from the Russian bombings and rocket attacks,” he said. Telephone communication is also difficult.

Yesterday, attempts to transport about 400,000 residents of the besieged city by bus through the “humanitarian corridor” failed, and Russian forces did not stop the bombing, according to the Ukrainian government.

Ukraine today called for a 12-hour ceasefire to evacuate civilians, subject to “official public assurance” by Russian forces.

At the same time, the images aired by the international media are indicative of the plight of Mariup. Destroyed houses, uprooted trees, corpses in the streets covered with paper.

A humanitarian crisis is brewing in this strategic city of Ukraine, and the public is eagerly waiting for a safe walkway.

Today’s news:

Stock markets on “counter-attack”: “rally” in European markets and Athens, fall in oil and gas

Ukraine says about 14,500 volunteers are armed against the Russians

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Today’s news:

Stock markets on “counter-attack”: “rally” in European markets and Athens, fall in oil and gas

Ukraine says about 14,500 volunteers are armed against the Russians

Where it is snowing now in Attica, it is estimated for the next few hours

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