Ukraine war live updates: Russian bombardment hit Mariupol theatre sheltering hundreds, Kyiv says

A satellite image shows a sign saying "Children" in Russian written in front of the Drama Theatre in Mariupol, on 14 March 2022
A satellite image shows a sign saying "Children" in Russian written in front of the Drama Theatre in Mariupol, on 14 March 2022 Copyright Satellite image ©2022 Maxar Technologies via AP
By Euronews with AP, AFP
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The bombardment of residential areas of the southern port city of Mariupol continued on Wednesday when the city's Drama Theatre was hit. Up to a thousand civilians were seeking shelter there, according to local authorities.

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It's day 21 of Russia's war in Ukraine, which was launched by Vladimir Putin on 24 February.

The fighting has forced more than three million Ukrainians to flee their homes, with thousands of people killed or wounded.

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