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15:48 BBC BREAKING Two killed in strike on apartment block We've been reporting since the morning on a strike that hit an apartment block in Kyiv. It's now been confirmed by the authorities that two people were killed. The State Emergency Service of Ukraine said six people were also seriously injured. FROM THE BBC It is the third day of fighting in Ukraine, with Russian forces attempting to take territory and major cities and Ukrainian forces resisting their advance. Here's the latest: In the capital Kyiv, there were missile strikes and gun battles overnight but Ukrainians forces remain in control of the city The UK's defence ministry says Vladimir Putin's forces remain more than 30km (19 miles) away from Kyiv city centre Russian forces may now be regrouping after an initial failed attempt at infiltrating key government districts in Kyiv, Jack Watling, a military expert from the Rusi think-tank, tells the BBC In the eastern city of Kharkiv, Ukraine's second city, officials say troops have fought off a Russian attack. They've issued a shelling alert, warning citizens not to move around the city There have also been clashes near the southern city of Odesa, President Zelensky says Russia says it has captured the south-eastern city of Melitopol - but the UK has cast doubt on the claim Zelensky said western and central cities including Lviv had been targeted with missile strikes Article share tools ShareView more share options Share this post Copy this link www.bbc.co.uk/news/live/world-europe-60517447?ns_mchannel... Read more about these links. Posted at 13:0013:00 Moment a missile hits a Kyiv apartment block We've been reporting on a missile strike on an apartment building in Kyiv, Ukraine's capital, earlier this morning - this CCTV image shows the moment of impact. Strike on block in Kyiv ReutersCopyright: Reuters There is no confirmation of casualties from the incident yet but officials say 35 people were injured overnight. Article share tools ShareView more share options Share this post Copy this link www.bbc.co.uk/news/live/world-europe-60517447?ns_mchannel... Read more about these links. Posted at 12:4812:48 Russian vigilante hackers join the attack on Ukraine Joe Tidy Cyber-security reporter Since the start of the Ukraine crisis, the country has been the target of near-constant cyber attacks, widely blamed on Russia. But the attackers are not all working for the Kremlin. One group of “patriotic” Russian vigilante hackers told me they did it for fun in their spare time, revelling in causing cyber-chaos. Dmitry (not his real name) told me he wanted to help his country “beat Ukraine from behind his computer”. In the past week he said he and his five accomplices had carried out numerous denial of service attacks, flooding Ukrainian servers with data and taking them temporarily offline. They also emailed 20 bomb threats to schools, hacked into the live dashboard feeds of an unidentified Ukrainian "rapid response team" and found a way to set up official Ukrainian government emails ending "mail.gov.ua", he said. The BBC watched as the group temporarily took down a Ukrainian military website. "This is just the beginning," Dmitry said. Read my full report here. Article share tools ShareView more share options Share this post Copy this link www.bbc.co.uk/news/live/world-europe-60517447?ns_mchannel... Read more about these links. Posted at 12:2912:29 British national prevented from crossing into Romania people try to cross into Romania Gavin GuestCopyright: Gavin Guest People queueing to cross into Romania on FridayImage caption: People queueing to cross into Romania on Friday A British national whose Kyiv apartment was struck in the Russian invasion has described to the BBC scenes of pandemonium while trying to leave Ukraine. "I found out this morning that my apartment has been hit in Kyiv. So I’ve lost everything in Kyiv," Gavin Guest told the BBC. After walking 8km (five miles) to the border with Romania yesterday, Gavin was prevented by guards from crossing out of Ukraine. He estimates around 1,000 others were gathered at the same checkpoint also trying to leave. "We showed our passports and they said, 'No, it doesn’t matter your nationality, we’re not letting any men through.' "By about 8pm, they were starting to let some men through. But in this time they were only letting about five people through every half an hour." Newly introduced Ukrainian rules restrict men aged between 18 and 60 who could be conscripted from crossing the borders. Failing to cross into Romania, Gavin is now considering leaving by rail to Hungary - but the next service isn’t until late next week. Article share tools ShareView more share options Share this post Copy this link www.bbc.co.uk/news/live/world-europe-60517447?ns_mchannel... Read more about these links. Posted at 12:1512:15 Ukraine security services deny Lviv fighting More now from our earlier reports of scattered fighting in the western Ukrainian city of Lviv. Ukraine's security services have denied a report from the city's mayor that 60 Russian troops landed in the region overnight. The State Security Service (SBU) said the information was false and that no such landing had taken place. It said a Ukrainian helicopter had done a reconnaissance flight in the area. "We ask residents to remain calm!" the SBU said in a statement posted on Facebook. Article share tools ShareView more share options Share this post Copy this link www.bbc.co.uk/news/live/world-europe-60517447?ns_mchannel... Read more about these links. Posted at 12:0312:03 What's the latest picture? BBC graphic BBCCopyright: BBC Article share tools ShareView more share options Share this post Copy this link www.bbc.co.uk/news/live/world-europe-60517447?ns_mchannel... Read more about these links. Posted at 11:5611:56 Seeking food from a monastery in Kyiv Oleg Karpyak BBC Ukranian service, Kyiv Kyiv food market BBCCopyright: BBC The streets of Kyiv are empty this morningImage caption: The streets of Kyiv are empty this morning I’m in the centre of Kyiv now which has emptied in the last two days - there are very few people and cars still out on the streets. We can hear distant explosions and air raid sirens from time to time but the government district is silent and the Ukrainian military has blocked access to it. They ask people not to film or photograph them and aim with their guns at every car approaching them, signalling drivers to turn away immediately. Traffic lights keep changing on the empty roads and you can hear the hum of animated billboards scrolling through adverts. Electricity, water, mobile connection and internet are still on. Empty road with advertising billboard in foreground BBCCopyright: BBC On Moskovska (Moscow) street the hum of electric billboards breaks the silenceImage caption: On Moskovska (Moscow) street the hum of electric billboards breaks the silence I talked to a lonely passer-by with a cane who was limping in the direction of Kyiv Pechersk Lavra, a 1000-year-old Orthodox monastery and until recently a popular tourist attraction. His name is Ivan and said he lived right next to the Ministry of Defence. I haven’t had any reports of fighting there yet, but we both understood what it means for him and his family. Man with a cane in a hat with beard BBCCopyright: BBC Ivan was heading to a monastery to find foodImage caption: Ivan was heading to a monastery to find food Ivan has an elderly cousin staying at home who used to be a Soviet soldier in Afghanistan in the 1980s and who had returned back home with both legs amputated. He was heading to Kyiv Pechersk Lavra to get some food for them both, happy that the monastery was still offering food for people in need. I’m struck that when you talk to strangers now the conversation flows as if between two people who’ve met many times before. There is no awkwardness, no suspicion towards each other, no excessive politeness. Article share tools ShareView more share options Share this post Copy this link www.bbc.co.uk/news/live/world-europe-60517447?ns_mchannel... Read more about these links. Posted at 11:5111:51 BREAKING Kyiv imposes 17:00 curfew Kyiv's Mayor Vitali Klitschko has announced a new curfew for the Ukrainian capital from between 17:00 and 08:00 local time (15:00-06:00 GMT). The measure, effective from today, replaces a previous curfew from 22:00 to 07:00. Writing on Twitter, Klitschko warned: "All civilians on the street during the curfew will be considered members of the enemy's sabotage and reconnaissance groups." Article share tools ShareView more share options Share this post Copy this link www.bbc.co.uk/news/live/world-europe-60517447?ns_mchannel... Read more about these links. Posted at 11:4311:43 Russian plan to capture me derailed - Zelensky Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky has been speaking in a video address, saying his country's forces have stopped a Russian plan to capture him overnight and install their own leader. He also urged Russians to pressure President Vladimir Putin to stop the invasion. "We've derailed their plan," Zelensky said. Ukrainian forces were in control of Kyiv and the main cities around it, he said. His country had earned the right to be a member of the European Union, he added. Ukraine is not currently a member of the EU, but has enshrined in its constitution its aspirations to join the European bloc. Article share tools ShareView more share options Share this post Copy this link www.bbc.co.uk/news/live/world-europe-60517447?ns_mchannel... Read more about these links. Posted at 11:3711:37 Footage shows Kyiv apartment block hit by missile Video footage has emerged of the moment a missile hit a residential block in the Ukrainian capital, Kyiv. The city has been under heavy shelling overnight, but President Volodymyr Zelensky said on Saturday morning that his forces remained in control. The UK's defence ministry says it believes Russian troops remain 30km (19 miles) away from the city centre. You can watch the strike below - beware it contains upsetting scenes: Video content Video caption: Ukraine: Kyiv apartment building hit by missileUkraine: Kyiv apartment building hit by missile Article share tools ShareView more share options Share this post Copy this link www.bbc.co.uk/news/live/world-europe-60517447?ns_mchannel... Read more about these links. Posted at 11:2611:26 100,000 Ukrainians cross into Poland - border agency Adam Easton Warsaw Correspondent People arrive at a reception centre for war refugees from Ukraine set up in a car park in Przemysl, Poland EPACopyright: EPA A rapidly increasing number of people are fleeing the war - around 100,000 people have already crossed into Poland since the invasion began, says Poland’s Border Guard agency. “The refugee movement is growing,” says spokeswoman Anna Michalska. More than 20,000 people have arrived since 06:00 GMT on Saturday, she says. The government in Poland has pledged to take in anyone escaping the war in Ukraine and give temporary accommodation to those who have nowhere to go. Poland is allowing people to cross the border on foot at all eight of its border crossing points, as queues of cars build up at borders checkpoints. Previously, pedestrians were only allowed to cross at one point in Medyka. Nine reception centres - where people arriving can get food, medical assistance and information - have been set up in schools and gyms near the border crossings, as well as one at Przemysl train station. Article share tools ShareView more share options Share this post Copy this link www.bbc.co.uk/news/live/world-europe-60517447?ns_mchannel... Read more about these links. Posted at 11:1111:11 Polish star praises Russia play-off boycott Poland's star striker Robert Lewandowski has praised the decision of the Polish football association to refuse to fulfil its World Cup qualifier against Russia next month. The president of Poland's FA said on Twitter: "In light of the escalation of the Russian Federation's aggression against Ukraine, the Polish national team is not going to play a match against Russian Republic." Cezary Kulesza said the association was in talks with its Swedish and Czech counterparts regarding play-off matches set for March to fill a slot for the World Cup. Lewandowski, who plays club football in Germany with Bayern Munich, tweeted that fans were not responsible for the war, but said "we can't pretend that nothing is happening". Social embed from twitter ReportReport this social embed, make a complaint Other Polish players, including Aston Villa full-back Matty Cash and Leeds United midfielder Mateusz Klich also praised the decision. Article share tools ShareView more share options Share this post Copy this link www.bbc.co.uk/news/live/world-europe-60517447?ns_mchannel... Read more about these links. Latest Post Page 1 of 13 Navigate to the next page Navigate to the last page Back to top Related Stories As Ukraine fights for survival, what happens next?Related Stories In pictures: Kyiv under attackRelated Stories Day two of Russia's war in Ukraine explainedRelated Stories Day 3: Tracking Russia's invasion in mapsRelated Stories BBC Ukrainian editor: My son and I packed, and just left KyivRelated Stories West orders sanctions on Russia's Putin and LavrovRelated Stories Why has Putin invaded Ukraine?Related Stories Posted at 13:1313:13 Estonia joins airspace ban on Russian airlines More countries are banning Russian airlines from their airspace - the latest to announce such a move is the Baltic nation of Estonia, which borders Russia. Fellow Baltic states Lithuania and Latvia are also preparing to take the step simultaneously, a statement by Lithuanian Transport Minister Marius Skuodis said. Poland, Bulgaria and the Czech Republic have also imposed bans. On Thursday, the UK banned Russia's national airline Aeroflot from landing in Britain. Writing on Twitter, Estonian Prime Minister Kaja Kallas called on all other EU countries to follow suit. "There is no place for planes of the aggressor state in democratic skies," she said. FROM THE BBC Ukraine's defence ministry says it has shot down one of Moscow's troop carriers near Kyiv, killing a large number of Russian paratroopers. The BBC has not independently verified these claims and the Russian defence ministry is yet to comment on the reports. The defence ministry in Kyiv wrote in a Facebook post that Ukrainian Su-27 fighter jets intercepted a Russian IL-76 MD troop carrier at around 00:30 local time (22:30 GMT) on Saturday as it was trying to land paratroopers in the Kyiv region. According to specifications released by the manufacturer, the plane can carry up to 167 soldiers, as well as a crew of six to seven people. "This is revenge for Luhansk 2014," the commander of Ukraine's military, Lt Gen Valery Zaluzhny, wrote on Facebook, referring to the downing of a Ukrainian plane eight years ago, which killed 40 paratroopers and nine crew members. Russian military spokesperson Maj Gen Igor Konashenkov said on Saturday that Moscow had suffered no casualties during the invasion. Article share tools ShareView more share options Share this post Copy this link www.bbc.co.uk/news/live/world-europe-60517447?ns_mchannel... Read more about these links. Posted at 13:3013:30 William and Kate voice support for Ukraine Prince William, Duke of Cambridge and Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge meet Ukraine's President Volodymyr Zelensky and his wife Olena during an audience at Buckingham Palace in London, England - 7 October 2020 Getty ImagesCopyright: Getty Images The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge met Volodymyr Zelensky and his wife Olena in 2020Image caption: The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge met Volodymyr Zelensky and his wife Olena in 2020 The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have tweeted their support for President Volodymyr Zelensky. The British royal couple said they stood by him and the people of Ukraine: Social embed from twitter ReportReport this social embed, make a complaint Article share tools ShareView more share options Share this post Copy this link www.bbc.co.uk/news/live/world-europe-60517447?ns_mchannel... Read more about these links. Posted at 13:1313:13 Estonia joins airspace ban on Russian airlines More countries are banning Russian airlines from their airspace - the latest to announce such a move is the Baltic nation of Estonia, which borders Russia. Fellow Baltic states Lithuania and Latvia are also preparing to take the step simultaneously, a statement by Lithuanian Transport Minister Marius Skuodis said. Poland, Bulgaria and the Czech Republic have also imposed bans. On Thursday, the UK banned Russia's national airline Aeroflot from landing in Britain. Writing on Twitter, Estonian Prime Minister Kaja Kallas called on all other EU countries to follow suit. "There is no place for planes of the aggressor state in democratic skies," she said. Social embed from twitter ReportReport this social embed, make a complaint Article share tools ShareView more share options Share this post Copy this link www.bbc.co.uk/news/live/world-europe-60517447?ns_mchannel... Read more about these links. Posted at 13:0713:07 The latest: Russian forces focus on key cities BBC Graphic BBCCopyright: BBC It is the third day of fighting in Ukraine, with Russian forces attempting to take territory and major cities and Ukrainian forces resisting their advance. Here's the latest: In the capital Kyiv, there were missile strikes and gun battles overnight but Ukrainians forces remain in control of the city The UK's defence ministry says Vladimir Putin's forces remain more than 30km (19 miles) away from Kyiv city centre Russian forces may now be regrouping after an initial failed attempt at infiltrating key government districts in Kyiv, Jack Watling, a military expert from the Rusi think-tank, tells the BBC In the eastern city of Kharkiv, Ukraine's second city, officials say troops have fought off a Russian attack. They've issued a shelling alert, warning citizens not to move around the city There have also been clashes near the southern city of Odesa, President Zelensky says Russia says it has captured the south-eastern city of Melitopol - but the UK has cast doubt on the claim Zelensky said western and central cities including Lviv had been targeted with missile strikes Article share tools ShareView more share options Share this post Copy this link www.bbc.co.uk/news/live/world-europe-60517447?ns_mchannel... Read more about these links. Posted at 13:0013:00 Moment a missile hits a Kyiv apartment block We've been reporting on a missile strike on an apartment building in Kyiv, Ukraine's capital, earlier this morning - this CCTV image shows the moment of impact. Strike on block in Kyiv ReutersCopyright: Reuters There is no confirmation of casualties from the incident yet but officials say 35 people were injured overnight. Article share tools ShareView more share options Share this post Copy this link www.bbc.co.uk/news/live/world-europe-60517447?ns_mchannel... Read more about these links. Posted at 12:4812:48 Russian vigilante hackers join the attack on Ukraine Joe Tidy Cyber-security reporter Since the start of the Ukraine crisis, the country has been the target of near-constant cyber attacks, widely blamed on Russia. But the attackers are not all working for the Kremlin. One group of “patriotic” Russian vigilante hackers told me they did it for fun in their spare time, revelling in causing cyber-chaos. Dmitry (not his real name) told me he wanted to help his country “beat Ukraine from behind his computer”. In the past week he said he and his five accomplices had carried out numerous denial of service attacks, flooding Ukrainian servers with data and taking them temporarily offline. They also emailed 20 bomb threats to schools, hacked into the live dashboard feeds of an unidentified Ukrainian "rapid response team" and found a way to set up official Ukrainian government emails ending "mail.gov.ua", he said. The BBC watched as the group temporarily took down a Ukrainian military website. "This is just the beginning," Dmitry said. Read my full report here. Article share tools ShareView more share options Share this post Copy this link www.bbc.co.uk/news/live/world-europe-60517447?ns_mchannel... Read more about these links. Posted at 12:2912:29 British national prevented from crossing into Romania people try to cross into Romania Gavin GuestCopyright: Gavin Guest People queueing to cross into Romania on FridayImage caption: People queueing to cross into Romania on Friday A British national whose Kyiv apartment was struck in the Russian invasion has described to the BBC scenes of pandemonium while trying to leave Ukraine. "I found out this morning that my apartment has been hit in Kyiv. So I’ve lost everything in Kyiv," Gavin Guest told the BBC. After walking 8km (five miles) to the border with Romania yesterday, Gavin was prevented by guards from crossing out of Ukraine. He estimates around 1,000 others were gathered at the same checkpoint also trying to leave. "We showed our passports and they said, 'No, it doesn’t matter your nationality, we’re not letting any men through.' "By about 8pm, they were starting to let some men through. But in this time they were only letting about five people through every half an hour." Newly introduced Ukrainian rules restrict men aged between 18 and 60 who could be conscripted from crossing the borders. Failing to cross into Romania, Gavin is now considering leaving by rail to Hungary - but the next service isn’t until late next week. Article share tools ShareView more share options Share this post Copy this link www.bbc.co.uk/news/live/world-europe-60517447?ns_mchannel... Read more about these links. Posted at 12:1512:15 Ukraine security services deny Lviv fighting More now from our earlier reports of scattered fighting in the western Ukrainian city of Lviv. Ukraine's security services have denied a report from the city's mayor that 60 Russian troops landed in the region overnight. The State Security Service (SBU) said the information was false and that no such landing had taken place. It said a Ukrainian helicopter had done a reconnaissance flight in the area. "We ask residents to remain calm!" the SBU said in a statement posted on Facebook. Article share tools ShareView more share options Share this post Copy this link www.bbc.co.uk/news/live/world-europe-60517447?ns_mchannel... Read more about these links. Posted at 12:0312:03 What's the latest picture? BBC graphic BBCCopyright: BBC Article share tools ShareView more share options Share this post Copy this link www.bbc.co.uk/news/live/world-europe-60517447?ns_mchannel... Read more about these links. Posted at 11:5611:56 Seeking food from a monastery in Kyiv Oleg Karpyak BBC Ukranian service, Kyiv Kyiv food market BBCCopyright: BBC The streets of Kyiv are empty this morningImage caption: The streets of Kyiv are empty this morning I’m in the centre of Kyiv now which has emptied in the last two days - there are very few people and cars still out on the streets. We can hear distant explosions and air raid sirens from time to time but the government district is silent and the Ukrainian military has blocked access to it. They ask people not to film or photograph them and aim with their guns at every car approaching them, signalling drivers to turn away immediately. Traffic lights keep changing on the empty roads and you can hear the hum of animated billboards scrolling through adverts. Electricity, water, mobile connection and internet are still on. Empty road with advertising billboard in foreground BBCCopyright: BBC On Moskovska (Moscow) street the hum of electric billboards breaks the silenceImage caption: On Moskovska (Moscow) street the hum of electric billboards breaks the silence I talked to a lonely passer-by with a cane who was limping in the direction of Kyiv Pechersk Lavra, a 1000-year-old Orthodox monastery and until recently a popular tourist attraction. His name is Ivan and said he lived right next to the Ministry of Defence. I haven’t had any reports of fighting there yet, but we both understood what it means for him and his family. Man with a cane in a hat with beard BBCCopyright: BBC Ivan was heading to a monastery to find foodImage caption: Ivan was heading to a monastery to find food Ivan has an elderly cousin staying at home who used to be a Soviet soldier in Afghanistan in the 1980s and who had returned back home with both legs amputated. He was heading to Kyiv Pechersk Lavra to get some food for them both, happy that the monastery was still offering food for people in need. I’m struck that when you talk to strangers now the conversation flows as if between two people who’ve met many times before. There is no awkwardness, no suspicion towards each other, no excessive politeness. Article share tools ShareView more share options Share this post Copy this link www.bbc.co.uk/news/live/world-europe-60517447?ns_mchannel... Read more about these links. Posted at 11:5111:51 BREAKING Kyiv imposes 17:00 curfew Kyiv's Mayor Vitali Klitschko has announced a new curfew for the Ukrainian capital from between 17:00 and 08:00 local time (15:00-06:00 GMT). The measure, effective from today, replaces a previous curfew from 22:00 to 07:00. Writing on Twitter, Klitschko warned: "All civilians on the street during the curfew will be considered members of the enemy's sabotage and reconnaissance groups." Article share tools ShareView more share options Share this post Copy this link www.bbc.co.uk/news/live/world-europe-60517447?ns_mchannel... Read more about these links. Posted at 11:4311:43 Russian plan to capture me derailed - Zelensky Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky has been speaking in a video address, saying his country's forces have stopped a Russian plan to capture him overnight and install their own leader. He also urged Russians to pressure President Vladimir Putin to stop the invasion. "We've derailed their plan," Zelensky said. Ukrainian forces were in control of Kyiv and the main cities around it, he said. His country had earned the right to be a member of the European Union, he added. Ukraine is not currently a member of the EU, but has enshrined in its constitution its aspirations to join the European bloc. Article share tools ShareView more share options Share this post Copy this link www.bbc.co.uk/news/live/world-europe-60517447?ns_mchannel... Read more about these links. Posted at 11:3711:37 Footage shows Kyiv apartment block hit by missile Video footage has emerged of the moment a missile hit a residential block in the Ukrainian capital, Kyiv. The city has been under heavy shelling overnight, but President Volodymyr Zelensky said on Saturday morning that his forces remained in control. The UK's defence ministry says it believes Russian troops remain 30km (19 miles) away from the city centre. You can watch the strike below - beware it contains upsetting scenes: Video content Video caption: Ukraine: Kyiv apartment building hit by missileUkraine: Kyiv apartment building hit by missile Article share tools ShareView more share options Share this post Copy this link www.bbc.co.uk/news/live/world-europe-60517447?ns_mchannel... Read more about these links. Posted at 11:2611:26 100,000 Ukrainians cross into Poland - border agency Adam Easton Warsaw Correspondent People arrive at a reception centre for war refugees from Ukraine set up in a car park in Przemysl, Poland EPACopyright: EPA A rapidly increasing number of people are fleeing the war - around 100,000 people have already crossed into Poland since the invasion began, says Poland’s Border Guard agency. “The refugee movement is growing,” says spokeswoman Anna Michalska. More than 20,000 people have arrived since 06:00 GMT on Saturday, she says. The government in Poland has pledged to take in anyone escaping the war in Ukraine and give temporary accommodation to those who have nowhere to go. Poland is allowing people to cross the border on foot at all eight of its border crossing points, as queues of cars build up at borders checkpoints. Previously, pedestrians were only allowed to cross at one point in Medyka. Nine reception centres - where people arriving can get food, medical assistance and information - have been set up in schools and gyms near the border crossings, as well as one at Przemysl train station. Article share tools ShareView more share options Share this post Copy this link www.bbc.co.uk/news/live/world-europe-60517447?ns_mchannel... Read more about these links. Posted at 11:1111:11 Polish star praises Russia play-off boycott Poland's star striker Robert Lewandowski has praised the decision of the Polish football association to refuse to fulfil its World Cup qualifier against Russia next month. The president of Poland's FA said on Twitter: "In light of the escalation of the Russian Federation's aggression against Ukraine, the Polish national team is not going to play a match against Russian Republic." Cezary Kulesza said the association was in talks with its Swedish and Czech counterparts regarding play-off matches set for March to fill a slot for the World Cup. Lewandowski, who plays club football in Germany with Bayern Munich, tweeted that fans were not responsible for the war, but said "we can't pretend that nothing is happening". Social embed from twitter ReportReport this social embed, make a complaint Other Polish players, including Aston Villa full-back Matty Cash and Leeds United midfielder Mateusz Klich also praised the decision. Article share tools ShareView more share options Share this post Copy this link www.bbc.co.uk/news/live/world-europe-60517447?ns_mchannel... Read more about these links. Latest Post Page 1 of 13 Navigate to the next page Navigate to the last page Back to top Related Stories As Ukraine fights for survival, what happens next?Related Stories In pictures: Kyiv under attackRelated Stories Day two of Russia's war in Ukraine explainedRelated Stories Day 3: Tracking Russia's invasion in mapsRelated Stories BBC Ukrainian editor: My son and I packed, and just left KyivRelated Stories West orders sanctions on Russia's Putin and LavrovRelated Stories Why has Putin invaded Ukraine?Related Stories A number of well-known Russians have been speaking out against their country's invasion of its neighbour. Among them is high-profile tennis star Andrey Rublev, who appealed for peace by writing "No war please" on a camera lens after getting through to the final of the Dubai Tennis Championship. Article share tools ShareView more share options Share this post Copy this link www.bbc.co.uk/news/live/world-europe-60517447?ns_mchannel... Read more about these links. Summary Ukraine has been fighting Russian troops in the capital Kyiv, Odesa in the south and Kharkiv in the north-east, President Zelensky says "We've derailed their plan," he claims, after Kyiv was hit by strikes overnight but Russian forces did not break through The invasion has so far killed 198 Ukrainians, the health minister says Russia says it has captured the city of Melitopol in the south The UK says it and 25 other nations will send more weapons and aid to Ukraine Poland says they won't play 2022 World Cup play-off with Russia in Moscow next month The UN estimates that at least 120,000 people have escaped Ukraine in the past 48 hours Summary Ukraine says fighting took place overnight on the streets of the capital Kyiv The Ukrainian military says it repelled an assault by Russian forces on one of its bases in the city It came hours after Ukrainian President Zelensky said Russian forces would try to storm the capital Explosions are reported across some parts of Kyiv early on Saturday as Russian forces continue their assault President Zelensky posted a video of himself on Saturday, defiantly declaring that they would not 'lay down arms' Posted at 8:428:42 BREAKING Russia's Day One objectives 'still in Ukrainian hands' UK Armed Forces Minister James Heappey has just been speaking to the BBC's Today programme - he says all the objectives Russia aimed to gain control of in the first day of its assault remain in Ukrainian hands. Those Russian forces active in Kyiv are special forces units and paratroopers but the main Russian armoured columns remain some way north of the city, he said. He praised Ukrainian resistance. "What stands in front of Ukraine is days and weeks of utter brutality but they are doing an amazing job," he said. NEW Posted at 8:318:31 BREAKING Dozens wounded in Kyiv The city's mayor, Vitali Klitschko, says 35 people were wounded in overnight fighting in Kyiv. They included two children, he said. It is not clear yet whether he was referring only to civilians. He added that there was currently no major Russian military presence in Kyiv, but he said Russian saboteur groups were active. Posted at 8:128:12 Images of Kyiv apartment building hit by missile More images have now emerged of the apartment building near Kyiv's Zhuliany airport that was struck by a missile earlier today. The pictures show a hole covering at least five floors that were blasted into the side. Authorities say the number of casualties is "being specified" while an evacuation is under way. The motorway to Kyiv is eerily quiet, with very few vehicles moving in either direction. Along the way there is evidence of war. We have just passed the wreckage of a convoy of four Ukrainian military vehicles – one of them was an air defence missile system. They were hit yesterday by a Russian missile strike. The smoke was still rising. The convoy was obviously heading for Kyiv to be part of an increasingly urgent defence of the city. It was destroyed about an hour’s drive from the city. Getting control of the capital is crucial for Moscow, and for the success of the Russian invasion. But this may involve street to street fighting. Urban warfare like this will mean heavy losses for both sides. So far, at around 9am on Day 3 of the invasion, the city remains firmly in Ukrainian hands. Ukrainian officials say the situation is “under control” in the city and on the outskirts. Posted at 7:327:32 France sending weapons to Ukraine Weapons and equipment are en route from France to Ukraine, as the West supplies aid to Ukraine in their battle with advancing Russian troops. President Zelensky tweeted that he had spoken to France's President Macron early on Saturday morning as a "new day on the diplomatic frontline began". "The anti-war coalition is working!" Mr Zelensky tweeted. On Saturday, Mr Macron posted a video of himself declaring: "The war will last - we must prepare for it!" 7:09 Kyiv struck by two missiles Reuters is reporting that the area southwest of Kyiv has been struck this morning by two missiles. It's unclear right now what the targets were. According to the Kyiv's city government one of the missiles struck a residential building. Reuters is reporting that one of the missiles landed in the area close to the capital's Zhuliany airport. The reports may be connected to images from social media we embedded here a few minutes ago appearing to show a partially-destroyed apartment building in the same area of Kyiv. Posted at 7:007:00 Damage to Kyiv apartment building As Ukraine wakes up, an unverified image has been circulating on social media appearing to show a partially-destroyed apartment building in Kyiv. There are unconfirmed reports that the building, apparently located near the capital's Zhuliany Airport, was struck by a missile. Reuters is also reporting a missile strike targeting the area near the Kyiv's airport, according to a local witness. It's currently unclear if the reports are linked, but we'll update you when we have more on this. Posted at 6:206:20 Zelensky posts video, denies he has called for surrender Ukrainian president Volodymyr Zelensky has posted a self-shot video of himself on Twitter walking around the streets of Kyiv in an apparent effort to combat rumours that he has called on the army to surrender to Russian troops. "There's a lot of fake information online that I call on our army to lay down arms, and that there's evacuation," he said against a backdrop of Kyiv's Gorodetsky House. "I'm here. We won't lay down our arms. We will defend our state." Posted at 6:056:05 In pictures: Anti-war protests across Russian cities Thousands of Russian people took to the streets in multiple cities across Russia in condemnation of the nation's attack on Ukraine in recent days. Photos showed protestors in Moscow and St. Petersburg - two of Russia's largest cities - marching down the streets while holding up banners that said "No to war". The protests were reported in cities as far as the snowy city of Novosibirsk, in the southern Russian region of Siberia. However, demonstrators were met with heavy police presence, and more than 1,800 people were rounded up and arrested. Here are some images from the demonstrations: Posted at 5:545:54 Ukraine says 3,500 Russian soldiers killed so far The Ukrainian military has published what they claim is a breakout of Russia's losses. According to a post on its Facebook page, more than 3,500 Russian soldiers involved in the invasion have been killed and almost 200 taken prisoner. They add that Russia has also lost 14 aircraft, 8 helicopters, and 102 tanks so far. The BBC is unable to independently verify any of these claims. Russia has so far not acknowledged any casualties. Article share tools ShareView more share options Share this post Copy this link www.bbc.co.uk/news/live/world-europe-60517447?ns_mchannel... Read more about these links. Posted at 5:465:46 'Eerily quiet' morning in Kyiv after night of sirens and gunfire After a frenetic night filled with air raid sirens and gunfire, people in Kyiv are speaking of an eerily quiet morning - so silent that the sound of birds chirping can be heard in the distance. Olexander Scherba, Ukraine's ambassador to Austria said the sunrise this morning marked the end of a night of shooting. "Sun is up in Kyiv. The shooting in my neighbourhood stopped. Feels like the end of a vampire movie," he said. The BBC's Paul Adams and James Waterhouse, who are also in Kyiv, reported a similar "eerie" silence. "Silent [but] everyone knows it could change in an instant," said Adams Posted at 5:365:36 BREAKING Missiles launched at Ukraine from Black Sea Reports are coming in that missiles are being launched at Ukraine from the Black Sea. Air strikes are also being reported across a number of areas, in an apparent escalation of violence. We will bring you more detail as soon as we have it. Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky turned down an offer by Washington to help evacuate him from Ukraine, US media outlets say. Mr Zelensky said "the fight is here. I need ammunition, not a ride", the Associated Press reported, citing a senior intelligence official with direct knowledge of the conversation. The Washington Post had also quoted US and Ukrainian officials who said that the US government was prepared to help Mr Zelensky. Mr Zelensky has been widely praised on social media for his response to the Russian invasion. The former comedian and actor had earlier given a moving speech in which he vowed to keep fighting, saying: "When you attack us, you will see our faces. Not our backs." He had also posted a self-shot video earlier on Friday showing him and his key aides in the capital, rebuffing reports that he had fled Kyiv. "We're all here," he said. "And it will stay this way." Summary The Kyiv government says fighting has broken out on the streets of Ukraine's capital The news comes hours after President Zelensky said Russians would storm the city Explosions are reported across some parts of Kyiv early on Saturday as Russian forces close in on the city In Southern Ukraine, reports of heavy fighting across several cities Ukraine military claims that 3,500 Russian troops have now died, with almost 200 taken prisoner



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