On Monday, the 33rd day of the Russian invasion, there were still about 100,000 residents in this port city in southern Ukraine.
The city was surrounded and the shell was thrown. Residents of Mariupol, a port city in southern Ukraine, are being evacuated by road, car or livestock due to incessant bombardment by the Russian military. “It’s scary, everything burns everywhere”, A resident testifies. Journalists, along with Russian-backed separatists, are watching the damage in the city. All the buildings of the city are in ruins. Residents of Mariupol survive on food brought in by the Russian military.
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In one neighborhood, a hundred people live with no water, no heat, no electricity, and sometimes Arthium, with 3-year-old children. His grandmother Nina Sirota explains why he did not leave. “Where to go since our hometown?”, She asks. The Russian military says it still opposes its military operations in the eastern part of the country, in Donbass, near Mariupol.
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