3 Mar 2022

Ukraine-Russia war: Bombardment continues, BBC's Lyse Doucet

From Nine To Noon, 9:05 am on 3 March 2022

The BBC's Chief International correspondent, Lyse Doucet, who is in Kyiv, where the train station has been bombed in the last few hours and a 65 km long Russian military convoy is approaching the capital. Fighting continues for the seventh day in the north, east and south of the country, and Russia intensifies attacks on key Ukrainian cities.

Hundreds of people are feared dead in the southern port of Mariupol following hours of sustained shelling there. Kathryn also speaks with BBC Kyiv correspondent James Waterhouse.

A view of the square outside the damaged local city hall of Kharkiv on March 1, 2022, destroyed as a result of Russian troop shelling.

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