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Satellite images show fires across the Ukrainian city after the Russian attacks

View of multi-spectrum images of fires in the residential area of ​​Mariupol. (high resolution: here)

While Russia and Ukraine are in talks to ease tensions, a U.S. private company released a series of high-resolution satellite images showing Russia’s latest developments in a military attack on its neighbor, saying it is the largest attack on a European state. Since World War II.

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The apartment buildings were burnt down and badly damaged, destroying the Port City shopping center in Mariupol. (high resolution: here)

The latest satellite images from Maxar Technologies show additional damage in the southern Ukrainian city of Mariupol. Fires continue to burn across the city and many high-rise apartment buildings have been damaged or destroyed in Russian bombings.

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Damaged Zhovteneyvi district hospital and nearby apartment buildings. (high resolution: here)

Several homes and buildings were on fire and severe damage was seen throughout the village of Moschun, northwest of Kiev, according to the latest satellite images.

More than 160 civilian cars are being evacuated from the besieged southeastern city by a humanitarian evacuation route, city officials said.

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General view of the building damaged by Russian artillery near the Primorskyi district, west of Mariupol. (high resolution: here)

The successful evacuation comes after several failed attempts by Russian forces surrounding the port city of the Sea of ​​Azov.

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Overview of building damage and fires around Moschun, near Kiev. (high resolution: here)

Nearly 2,200 people have been killed, and Russia’s heavy bombardment has left 400,000 people without water, leaving them without adequate heating and food.

More than 2.8 million people have fled the war in Ukraine, according to the UN refugee agency, which has described World War II as the largest exodus of refugees from Europe since World War II.

UNICEF says more than a million children have fled Ukraine in search of safety and protection.

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