Russia-Ukraine war Highlights: Russia claims it killed 180 ‘foreign mercenaries’ in Ukraine

Updated on Mar 14, 2022 06:03 AM IST

Russia-Ukraine war Highlights: The Ukrainian president has accused Russia of detaining the mayor of Melitopol, a city 192 kilometers (119 miles) west of Mariupol.

A warehouse storing frozen products is seen on fire after shelling, as Russia's attack on Ukraine continues, (file photo) 
A warehouse storing frozen products is seen on fire after shelling, as Russia's attack on Ukraine continues, (file photo) (via REUTERS)

Russian forces pounded the Ukrainian port city of Mariupol on Saturday, shelling its downtown as residents hid in an iconic mosque and elsewhere to avoid the explosions. Fighting also raged in the outskirts of the capital, Kyiv, as Russia kept up its bombardment of other cities throughout the country.

Talks aimed at reaching a ceasefire failed again, and while the US announced plans to provide another $200 million to Ukraine for weapons, a senior Russian diplomat warned that Moscow could attack foreign shipments of military equipment.

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy accused Russia of employing “a new stage of terror” with the alleged detention of a mayor from a city west of Mariupol. “They are bombing it (Mariupol) 24 hours a day, launching missiles. It is hatred. They kill children,” Zelenskyy said during a video address.

The Ukrainian president also accused Russia of detaining the mayor of Melitopol, a city 192lm (119 miles) west of Mariupol. The Ukrainian leader called on Russian forces to heed calls from demonstrators in the occupied city for the mayor's release.

Satellite images released by the company Maxar showed fires in parts of the city and extensive damage to apartments, homes and other infrastructure. At least 2.5 million people have fled the country, according to the United Nations refugee agency.

Thousands of soldiers on both sides are believed to have been killed along with many civilians, including at least 79 Ukrainian children.

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The Moscow-appointed heads of the newly annexed Ukraine regions with Russian President Vladimir Putin (centre), at the Kremlin in Moscow on September 30, 2022. (Photo by Mikhail METZEL/SPUTNIK/AFP)
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President Vladimir Putin speaks during celebrations marking the incorporation of regions of Ukraine to join Russia.(AP)
President Vladimir Putin speaks during celebrations marking the incorporation of regions of Ukraine to join Russia.(AP)
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(Image for representational purpose)
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FILE PHOTO: Russian President Vladimir Putin,(via REUTERS)
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Russian President Vladimir Putin chairs a meeting.(AFP)
Russian President Vladimir Putin chairs a meeting.(AFP)
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British Prime Minister Liz Truss.(REUTERS)
British Prime Minister Liz Truss.(REUTERS)
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