Ukrainians fight and flee as 60km Russian convoy reaches Kyiv outskirts
VLADIMIR PUTIN has been accused of war crimes following the indiscriminate shelling of Ukrainian cities, killing potentially dozens of civilians including three children who were “incinerated alive”.
On a day when peace talks were held without a breakthrough in neighbouring Belarus, Russia continued its onslaught. A military convoy 60km long had reached the outskirts of Kyiv yesterday with reports of explosions close to the capital.
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