Civilian deaths and anti-war protests: Here's how day 11 of Russia's invasion unfolded

People cross on an improvised path under a bridge that was destroyed by a Russian airstrike, while fleeing the town of Irpin, Ukraine, March 5, 2022.
People cross on an improvised path under a bridge that was destroyed by a Russian airstrike, while fleeing the town of Irpin, Ukraine, March 5, 2022. Copyright AP Photo/Vadim Ghirda
By Euronews with AP, AFP
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Civilians, including a family, were killed in shelling outside of Kyiv and thousands of Russians were arrested for protesting the invasion on Sunday, as the war in Ukraine continued.

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This was Sunday's live blog. For the latest updates on Monday click here.

Civilians, including a family, were killed in shelling in a city outside of Kyiv and thousands of Russians were arrested for protesting the invasion on Sunday, as the war in Ukraine continued.

Meanwhile, a second attempt to evacuate civilians from besieged Mariupol failed due to continued Russian shelling, Ukrainian officials said.

Here's what happened on the eleventh day of Russia's invasion.

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