In eastern Ukraine, there are many more gray areas around the capture of Mariupol, the city of martyrs. Especially questions about the strikes that could have killed 300 people at the city theater on March 16th.
Mariupol (Ukraine) Theater was targeted Bombs, Wednesday, March 16. The first videos of the play are viewed from the inside by the locals and begin to be released. On Friday, March 25, the first assessment of the townhall announced that 300 people had died. This would be the worst attack on civilians since the start of the Russian invasion.
After a month-long siege, Russian troops advance around Mariupol. In a video broadcast by Chechen militants, a flag bearing the image of their leader is hoisted above the district attorney’s office. Pro-Russian forces are advancing from street to street and building to building in a dilapidated city. Urban guerrilla scenes take place in the center of the buildings. People have to leave and 100,000 people have not yet been able to leave the city. In the pictures provided by Moscow, we see long queues. People are coming to collect food.
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