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Russia-Ukraine war: Photos reveal the critical realities of Ukrainians under siege

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Strong images revealed the reality of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine.

The United Nations (UN) human rights agency reported 351 civilian deaths and the Geneva -based agency said 707 people were injured between Feb. 24 and midnight on Friday.

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Marina Yatsko and her son Fedor comforted each other after her 18 -month -old son Kirill was killed in a shooting at a hospital in Mariupol, Ukraine, Friday, March 4, 2022.
(AP Photo/Evgeniy Maloletka)

Russia said Wednesday that 498 of its troops had been killed, and has not updated the number since.

Now, on the tenth day of the conflict, an estimated 1.4 million people are fleeing the country.

A semi-conscious woman has been detained by Ukrainian soldiers after running down the Irpin River flowing into a city outside Kyiv, Ukraine, Saturday, March 5, 2022.

A semi-conscious woman has been detained by Ukrainian soldiers after running down the Irpin River flowing into a city outside Kyiv, Ukraine, Saturday, March 5, 2022.
(AP Photo/Emilio Morenatti)

The UN estimates that 12 million people in Ukraine and 4 million people traveling to neighboring countries will need humanitarian assistance in the coming months.

Speaking on Saturday, Russian President Vladimir Putin said his country would consider the statement by the three sides of a non -flying state over Ukraine as entering the war there, he complained. Ukraine to end a fire extinguisher planned in two cities to evacuate civilians until then. The Ukrainian leader said he was questioning the future of the state.

Firefighters are working to put out a fire at a logistics center damaged after the attack in Kyiv, Ukraine, Friday, March 3, 2022. Russian forces have stepped up their offensive against crowded city in what the Ukrainian leader called a terrorist attack.

Firefighters are working to put out a fire at a logistics center damaged after the attack in Kyiv, Ukraine, Friday, March 3, 2022. Russian forces have stepped up their offensive against crowded city in what the Ukrainian leader called a terrorist attack.
(AP Photo/Efrem Lukatsky)

According to The New York Times, Putin also said that western sanctions imposed on his country were “like a proclamation of war.”

Recent images show the human cost of the Russian invasion.

Natali Sevriukova responds from behind her home after the attack on the city of Kyiv, Ukraine, Friday, February 25, 2022.

Natali Sevriukova responds from behind her home after the attack on the city of Kyiv, Ukraine, Friday, February 25, 2022.
(AP Photo/Emilio Morenatti)

In Mariupol, a port in the eastern part of the country, Mayor Vadym Boychenko said thousands had gathered for a safe flight out of the city when the shooting began.

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Stanislav, 40, kisses his wife Anna, 35, on a train in Lviv as they say goodbye at the base of Kyiv, Ukraine, Friday, March 3. 2022. Stanislav is still struggling as he leaves his family traveled to the land to seek refuge. a neighboring country.

Stanislav, 40, kisses his wife Anna, 35, on a train in Lviv as they say goodbye at the base of Kyiv, Ukraine, Friday, March 3. 2022. Stanislav is still struggling as he leaves his family traveled to the land to seek refuge. a neighboring country.
(AP Photo/Emilio Morenatti)

Reuters reported on Friday that Boychenko had said his city had no water, heat or electricity – and all the food.

Photographs from a Mariupol hospital show parents mourning the death of their 18 -month -old son.

Ukrainians under a bridge were killed as they tried to cross the Irpin River outside Kyiv, Ukraine, Saturday, March 5, 2022.

Ukrainians under a bridge were killed as they tried to cross the Irpin River outside Kyiv, Ukraine, Saturday, March 5, 2022.
(AP Photo/Emilio Morenatti)

In the north, fighting continues around Ukraine’s capital Kyiv.

The black smoke was surrounded by firefighters working to put out the blaze after a blaze at a damaged logistics center.

A Ukrainian serviceman caught a baby walking on the Irpin River on a paved road under a bridge destroyed by a Russian plane, while helping passengers in the city of Irpin. Irpin, Ukraine, Saturday, March 5, 2022. A fire quickly broke out to evacuate residents from two cities in Ukraine on Saturday as Ukrainian officials said work had stopped work to prevent opening it to citizens hours after Russia announced the agreement.

A Ukrainian serviceman caught a baby walking on the Irpin River on a paved road under a bridge destroyed by a Russian plane, while helping passengers in the city of Irpin. Irpin, Ukraine, Saturday, March 5, 2022. A fire quickly broke out to evacuate residents from two cities in Ukraine on Saturday as Ukrainian officials said work had stopped work to prevent opening it to citizens hours after Russia announced the agreement.
(AP Photo/Vadim Ghirda)

Photographers filmed the massacre in the village of Bushiv, about 40 kilometers west of Kyiv.

A Russian company was stationed 40 miles away about 20 miles outside the city and residents were preparing for the outcome.

People leave the city of Bucha, near Kyiv, Ukraine, Friday, March 4, 2022.

People leave the city of Bucha, near Kyiv, Ukraine, Friday, March 4, 2022.
(AP Photo/Oleksandr Ratushniak)

Most of those reported leaving the city – at Kyiv’s train station – were women and children, although Ukrainian men were ordered to stay and fight.

In the towns of Bucha and Irpin, crowds also moved under the destroyed bridges, with Ukrainian servicemen carrying children on their way to the Irpin River.

Aleksander, 41, presses his hands against the window as he greets his daughter Anna, 5, on a train in Lviv at the Kyiv airport, Ukraine, Friday, March 4, 2022. Aleksander must stay behind to fight the war. As his family had left the country to seek refuge in a nearby land.

Aleksander, 41, presses his hands against the window as he greets his daughter Anna, 5, on a train in Lviv at the Kyiv airport, Ukraine, Friday, March 4, 2022. Aleksander must stay behind to fight the war. As his family had left the country to seek refuge in a nearby land.
(AP Photo/Emilio Morenatti)

In a phone call Saturday, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy made a “big request” to U.S. senators, asking Eastern Europe to provide Russian -made planes to help his country.

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“I will do everything I can to help the driver prepare for their move,” Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer said in a statement.

The Associated Press provided this report.

Russia-Ukraine war: Photos reveal the critical realities of Ukrainians under siege

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