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The Red Cross warns thousands of people in Ukraine of the “worst scenario”; Zelensky wants Putin at the table: Live Update

Both pregnant women and babies die after bombing

Ukrainian rescue workers and volunteers carry an injured pregnant woman from a maternity hospital damaged by a gunfire in Mariupol, Ukraine, on Wednesday, March 9, 2022. A woman and her baby died after Russia bombed a maternity hospital. ..

Pregnant women and babies died after Russia bombed a maternity hospital to give birth, according to the Associated Press. The image of a woman rushed to an ambulance on a stretcher seen all over the world is the most innocent of humankind.

A video and photo taken Wednesday by AP journalists after an attack on a hospital in the besieged city of Mariupol showed a woman stroking her bloody lower abdomen as rescue teams ran through the rubble. .. .. This was one of the cruelest moments Russia has ever fought against Ukraine for 19 days.

The woman was taken to another hospital, but near the front line, doctors tried to keep her alive. She noticed she had lost her baby and her doctor shouted at them.

Surgeon Timur Marin found the woman’s pelvis crushed and her hips detached. She gave birth to a baby by Caesarean section, but “there were no signs of life,” the surgeon said.

Then they focused on their mother.

“Resuscitation of the mother for more than 30 minutes did not produce any results,” Marin said on Saturday.

“Both are dead.”

“Nightmare of life and death over weeks” in Ukrainian city

The Red Cross warns hundreds of thousands of civilians in the besieged Ukrainian city of Mariupol the “worst scenario” unless the parties agree to ensure security and access to humanitarian aid.

According to the Associated Press, Peter Maurer, chairman of the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC), said Mariupol’s residents “have endured a week of life-and-death nightmares.”

A humanitarian agency based in Geneva, Switzerland, said hundreds of thousands of people in the city “face an extreme or complete shortage of basic necessities such as food, water and medicine.” rice field.

The ICRC also said, “Civil and combatant corpses remain trapped under rubble or lie outdoors where they fell. Life-changing injuries and chronic debilitating conditions cannot be treated. ..

“Human suffering is simply immeasurable.”

The ICRC agreed on the terms of the ceasefire, the route for safe passage, called on the parties to respect the transaction, and offered to act as a neutral intermediary in the negotiations.

The organization said, “There is a shortage of hundreds of thousands of people involved in the fighting. If the two camps do not reach an agreement as quickly as possible, history will look back on what is happening in Mariupol now. Let’s do it. “

Mariupol’s municipal government reported in a telegram post that a large convoy of humanitarian aid to the besieged city had not arrived and was stuck in Berdyans’k, about 50 miles west, according to CNN reports. About 400,000 people reportedly were waiting for help.

Mariupol was exposed to “all day bombardment and airstrikes,” Ukraine’s Deputy Prime Minister Iryna Vereshchuk said on Sunday, Cable Network added.

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Zelensky says that daily negotiations with Russia will continue and wants Putin to be at the table.

Ukraine’s President Volodymyr Zelensky has continued negotiations with Russia and is waiting for a meeting with its leader, Vladimir Putin, despite repeated intensifying attacks by Russia in Ukraine. Told.

So far, according to the Associated Press, Zelensky’s request has not been answered by the Kremlin, and in his nightly speech to his country, Zelensky ensures that his delegation has a meeting between the two presidents. He said he had a “clear mission” to do everything to do.

Zelensky said daily discussions are taking place between the two countries through a video conference, saying that discussions are needed to establish a ceasefire and a humanitarian corridor, which saved more than 130,000 people in six days. Said that.

A humanitarian convoy to the besieged city of Mariupol was blocked by Russian troops on Sunday, and Zelensky said he would retry on Monday.

Dmitry Peskov, a Russian negotiator and spokesman for President Vladimir Putin, has confirmed daily talks, the BBC reports.

In a video posted on social media In a subsequent tweetMikhailo Podryak, a Ukrainian negotiator and adviser to Zelensky, said Russia is beginning to be constructively involved.

“Russia is now much more properly aware of the world around it. It is much more sensitive to Ukraine’s proven position on the battlefield and Ukraine’s actions in protecting its interests,” Podryak said. Said.

► Jake Sullivan, White House’s national security adviser, will meet with China’s senior foreign policy adviser, Yang Kiyoshi, in Rome on Monday. China sought a peaceful solution in Ukraine, but refused sanctions on Russia.

► Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky has accused Russia of trying to create a “pseudo-republic” to divide its country. He urged the Ukrainian region not to follow the two eastern regions of the Donetsk People’s Republic and the Luhansk People’s Republic, which have pro-Russian separatists. Clashed with Ukrainian troops in 2014.

► According to the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees, about 2.7 million Ukrainians have fled the country.

“Russian TV channel” will soon begin broadcasting, says the new mayor of a Russian-occupied Ukrainian city

The newly established mayor of the Russian-occupied Ukrainian city of Melitopol said a “Russian television channel” would soon be broadcast in the region.

According to CNN, Galina Danilchenko said in a video aired on Sunday that she claimed that the broadcast decision was “very lacking in the dissemination of credible information.”

Her aired address was later posted on social media by a pro-Russian telegram channel and the Zaporizhia local government managed by Ukraine.

Danilchenko was appointed as mayor after Mayor Ivan Fyodorov, who was elected on Friday, was detained by armed men. The Russian-backed prosecutor’s office in the separatist region of Luhansk later accused Fedorov of terrorist crimes.

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky said his “kidnapping” was a “crime against democracy” and called for immediate release of Fedorov.

Russia has sought military and economic assistance from China, the report said.

After President Vladimir Putin launched the invasion last month, Russia sought economic and military assistance from China for the war in Ukraine, US officials told the New York Times and Washington Post.

China called for a peaceful solution in Ukraine, but refused sanctions on Russia, and over the past few decades relations between the two countries have expanded and opposed the further expansion of NATO.

Progress is being made as Jake Sullivan, White House’s national security adviser, will meet with China’s senior foreign policy adviser, Yang Jiechi, in Rome on Monday.

“We are directly and personally telling Beijing that there are absolutely consequences of large-scale sanctions avoidance efforts or support for Russia to backfill them.” Sullivan told CNN on Sunday.

“We do not allow it to move forward, nor do we allow any country in the world to have a lifeline from these sanctions to Russia,” he added.

American journalist killed in Ukraine by Russian soldiers

American photojournalist Brent Renaud was killed in Ukraine on Sunday when Russian soldiers fired at a car in Irpin, a town 30 miles from the capital of Kyiv.

According to police, a second American journalist, Juan Aledondo, was taken to the hospital by shrapnel.

In an interview with Italian journalist Analisa Kamiri, Aledondo, 46, told Italian journalist Analisa Kamiri that two men fled the area when a car was caught in a checkpoint and Russians began shooting. He said he was shooting.

50-year-old Renault and his brother Craig frequently collaborate on film and television projects, including wars in Iraq and Afghanistan, earthquakes in Haiti, political turmoil in Egypt and Libya, radicalism in Africa, and Mexico. The cartel violence and the youth refugee crisis were taken up. According to their website, in Central America.

Renault was working on a project in Ukraine focused on TIME Studios’ global refugee crisis, the company said in a statement on Sunday afternoon.

The White House’s national security adviser, Jake Sullivan, told CBS News that the US government would consult with Ukraine to determine what had happened and “execute the right results.”

This article was originally published in USA TODAY: Ukraine Live Update: Red Cross:’Worst scenario of the city of Ukraine

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