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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.
The key points to know
- A new attempt to evacuate civilians in besieged Mariupol failed on Sunday with Ukraine accusing Russia of once more shelling the area.
- Civilians were killed in shelling outside of Kyiv, officials said.
- Thousands of Russians were arrested for protesting the invasion of Ukraine.
- Ukraine's President Volodymyr Zelenskyy issued a new appeal for a no-fly zone and warplanes over Ukraine after a Russian missile strike on Vinnytsia.
- The IAEA said Ukraine is having issues communicating with staff at Zaporizhzhya, who reported being ordered to run things past Russian authorities first.
- The next round of talks between Russia and Ukraine will take place on Monday.
- The UN Human Rights Office said that 364 Ukrainian civilians have been killed since the beginning of the invasion.
- More than 1.5 million people have fled Ukraine since Russia's invasion began 10 days ago.
- More tech companies, including TikTok and Netflix, suspended their services in Russia.
Thousands of Russians arrested for protesting war in Ukraine
It brings the number of demonstrators arrested since the beginning of Russia's invasion to 13,000.
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Netflix suspends its service in Russia
Netflix became the latest company on Sunday to suspend its service in Russia.
A statement from the company cited “circumstances on the ground” for its decision to suspend its Russian service but didn’t offer any additional details.
The announcement comes after TikTok said users on its platform in Russia have been blocked from posting and viewing videos shared from elsewhere in the world.
Anti-war demonstrations take place throughout Europe
Demonstrators marched throughout European cities on Sunday to protest Russia's invasion of Ukraine.
From Spain to Germany, demonstrators took to the streets in support of Ukrainians.
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Civilians killed in shelling outside of Kyiv
The dead included a family.
Video footage showed a shell slamming into a city street, not far from a bridge used by people fleeing the fighting. A group of fighters could be seen trying to help the family.
Gun sales rise in Lithuania amid Ukraine invasion
Gun buyers have been flocking to Lithuania's stores since the start of the war in Ukraine, with sales increasing up to eight times and applications for gun licences doubling.
Shooting ranges have also reported a large increase in clients seeking to refresh their skills or even those wishing to learn to shoot without an intention to buy a gun.
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More than a million Ukrainian refugees flee to Poland, border guards say
"It's a million human tragedies, a million people driven from their homes by war," they said in a statement.
Lviv residents seek comfort in Sunday service
Some residents of Lviv sought consolation at a Sunday Mass at a Catholic church in the city in western Ukraine, AP reports.
The 17th-century church was silent during the ceremony, reflecting emotion and concern amid the Russian invasion of Ukraine.
Some people in the church held small papers with the names of their loved ones written on them. Others just stood in silence, their heads bowed during prayer.
France sends 'medical products', including iodine, to Ukraine
"Yes, we have sent different medical products," Le Drian told TV broadcaster France 2, in response to a question about the possible shipment of iodine to Ukraine.
The confirmation came after the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) expressed concern that Ukraine reported communication problems with staff at a nuclear energy plant.