Russia bombs civilians at the gates of Kiev after the second failed ceasefire

Russian troops have intensified the bombing of civilians in the city of Irpin, at the gates of Kiev, after the second failed ceasefire, which has prevented thousands of Ukrainians from leaving Mariupol again. The UN has raised this Sunday the balance of refugees up to 1.5 million people, the fastest growing exodus in Europe since the Second World War. Putin, for his part, has launched new threats and has assured that he will only stop the war if Ukraine leaves the resistance

The town hall of Mariupolin the southeast of the country, announced in the early hours of this Sunday a new ceasefire from 10:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m. local time to try again an evacuation process of the civilian population after the failure of the first attempt on Saturday. Two hours after the declaration of the ceasefire, that is, starting at 11:00, the second attempt to evacuate the civilian population was expected to begin. “by municipal buses”. However, russian attacks They have once again interrupted the evacuation plans for the civilian population trapped in this city, which remains blocked by the Russian forces.

On the other hand, Ukrainian authorities have denounced this Sunday that about 40 children have died and more than 70 have been wounded since February 24, the day the invasion began. The ONU figure in at least 364 dead civilians and 759 wounded since the start of the war.

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