Ukraine war: Images taken by Sky News team reveal devastating aftermath of war | World News

Lyle Ellerbee

Potent visuals taken by Sky Information producer, Chris Cunningham, travelling all-around the town of Kyiv expose the suffering and heartbreak inflicted on the population by Russia’s bombardment.

Tens of millions have been pressured to abandon their homeland to escape the violence erupting in the wake of Russian President Vladimir Putin‘s invasion of Ukraine.

On Saturday, Sky News witnessed individuals attempting to flee Irpin, shut to Kyiv, which is, like numerous metropolitan areas across the place, the scene of utter carnage.

Ukraine-Russia reside updates: Putin ‘not yet all set to finish war

Alex Crawford on Irpin bridge in Ukraine
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Alex Crawford on Irpin bridge in Ukraine

Earlier, Alex Crawford and her staff fulfilled the medics patching up people today wounded by bombs and bullets on the edge of the Ukrainian money.

But defiant Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy has vowed to in no way cease preventing as he warned Russia can only choose Kyiv if it “razes it to the floor”.

Soldiers heading back into Irpin to fight the Russian advance
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Soldiers heading back again into Irpin to fight the Russian advance
A body being carried away from Irpin over a destroyed bridge
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A entire body being carried absent from Irpin more than a wrecked bridge

Elderly men and women and youthful children were amongst all those producing the treacherous journey out of Irpin.

Autos carrying civilians out of the combat location of the city have “child” prepared on their facet in the hope enemy forces could be deterred from launching an assault.

The cars ferrying civilians out of the combat area in Irpin have ‘child’ written on their side
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The autos ferrying civilians out of the fight region in Irpin have ‘child’ published on their aspect
Ukraine Alex Crawford
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The war has devastated many thriving cities in Ukraine

Important developments

  • Putin holds 75-moment get in touch with with Macron and Scholz about how to ‘end war in Ukraine’
  • Russia warns Western arms shipments to Ukraine are now ‘legitimate’ army targets
  • Russia ‘shells mosque exactly where people today were being sheltering’
  • Footage appears to display Russian troops kidnapping Ukrainian mayor
  • Roman Abramovich disqualified as director of Chelsea FC
  • Macron condemns British isles for failing to fulfill claims to help folks fleeing Ukraine
via Alex Crawford
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Troops waiting around at a medical center for procedure
Chief of the police of Kyiv region, Andriy Nebytov
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Main of the police of Kyiv region, Andriy Nebytov

Zelenskyy instructed Sky News how millions could die if the world does not prevent the attacks on his state.

Ukraine's President has told Sky News that "millions" could die unless the West acts to stop Russia's invasion.
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Ukraine’s President advised Sky Information ‘millions’ could die except the West functions to quit Russia’s invasion
Alex Crawford VT grab
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Alex Crawford reporting on the conflict
An air to ground missile over Kiev
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An air to floor missile over Kyiv

Ukraine can’t halt the war on its on, he mentioned – as he begged the West to act now just before it really is far too late.

And he declared President Putin would go “immediately to hell” for the bloodshed.

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