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Dead bodies on the road, people wandering in search of food, after the attack of Russia, the scene of destruction everywhere in Ukraine


After the Russian attack in Mariupol, Ukraine, the scene of devastation is clearly visible from the corpses lying on the streets. For many days, hungry people are now breaking the locks of shops in search of food. Melting ice and drinking it to quench thirst. Shaking at the sound of Russian shelling in the city, thousands of people took shelter in the basements to save their lives.

According to the report of news agency AP, while crying in the light of oil lamp in the basement between women and children, Goma Jana said, ‘Why should I not cry? I want my home back, I want my job back. I am sad about the people and the city.

The city of Mariupol has a population of about 430,000, and the humanitarian crisis is deepening in the aftermath of the Russian attack. Even on Tuesday, the people trapped here did not get any relief. Efforts to evacuate people and get food, water and medicine through a secure corridor failed. Ukrainian officials said Russian forces opened fire on the convoy before it could reach the city.

Nearly two weeks have passed since Russia attacked Ukraine. Mariupol, located on the Azov Sea, has been surrounded by Russian troops for several days. Ukraine’s Deputy Prime Minister Irina Vereshchuk said Mariupol was in a “devastating situation”.

Meanwhile, Poland has offered the US all of its MiG-29 fighters to help Ukraine’s military. However, the US Defense Ministry says the proposal raises serious concerns for the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) and that the plan is “not rational”.

UN officials said that about two million people have left Ukraine so far. Efforts are continuing to isolate Russia at the economic level. US President Joe Biden announced a ban on Russian oil imports and multinational oil and gas company Shell said it would no longer buy oil and natural gas from Russia.

At the same time, several global brands such as McDonald’s, Starbucks, Coca-Cola, PepsiCo and General Electric have announced that they are temporarily suspending their business in Russia in response to the invasion of Ukraine.

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