Russia tears through Ukraine, leaving bloodshed and destruction in its wake

Russia tears through Ukraine, leaving bloodshed and destruction in its wake

Putin’s assault on Kyiv intensifies as Nato deploys more troops to Eastern Europe

Russian tanks entered the capital of Ukraine, Kyiv, on Friday morning as the city was rocked by explosions and gunfire.

Local residents were urged to fight back with Molotov cocktails against the encroaching Russian forces, which appear to be moving through the suburb of Obolon - just over five miles north of the city centre and its parliamentary buildings.

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The White House announced Friday that President Biden will go ahead with sanctions against Russian President Vladimir Putin due to his invasion of Ukraine.


“Following a telephone conversation President Biden held with European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen and in alignment with the decision by our European allies, the United States will join them in sanctioning President Putin and Foreign Minister Lavrov and members of the Russian national security team,” White House press secretary Jen Psaki said.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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