Russo Ukraine war: Satellite images taken on Saturday showed extensive damage to civilian infrastructure and residential buildings in the southern Ukraine city of Mariupol, a private US company said.

Ukraine’s president said that “about 1,300” Ukrainian soldiers have been killed in the war so far.

Ukraine’s foreign ministry said today that a mosque in the port city of Mariupol in southeastern Ukraine, where 80 civilians were taking refuge, was shelled by Russian forces. It was stated by the President of Ukraine, Volodymyr Zelensky, that the Mayor of Melitopol was kidnapped by Russian troops occupying the city.

The war, now lasting more than two weeks, saw the Western Allies advance sanctions against Russia as the US banned Russian seafood, vodka and diamonds, and along with the EU, the export of luxury goods to Russia. was banned.

Russian forces have moved closer to the capital from the north, west and northeast. Russian attacks also destroyed an air base in the city of Vasilkiv, south of the city, while soldiers shot a group of women and children leaving a village near Kyiv, killing seven.

“Nearly 1,300” Ukrainian soldiers have been killed since the start of the invasion, President Volodymyr Zelensky said, the first time he has given a count to Ukraine’s military.

Here are the updates on the Ukraine-Russia war:

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March 13, 2022 07:48 (IST)
Britain to get £350 a month to open homes for Ukrainian refugees

The government will pay people to open their homes to Ukrainians fleeing Russian aggression in a bid to allay anger over its response to the fastest growing refugee crisis in Europe since World War II.
The government said on Sunday that the new plan “home for Ukraine” would allow refugees from the war to come to Britain, even if they do not have family ties.
Britain will pay people £350 ($456) a month if they can offer refugees an extra room or property for a period of at least six months.

Mar 13, 2022 07:39 (IST)
Ukraine-Russia crisis: Russian army kills seven civilians near Kyiv, Ukraine says
Ukraine’s military intelligence service said on Saturday that Russian soldiers opened fire on a group of women and children leaving a village near Kyiv, killing seven, including a child.


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