As Russian forces advance across Kyiv, and other Ukrainian cities suffer barrages, civilians are using subway train tunnels as bomb shelters
Civilians in Ukrainian cities are seeking safety in underground train stations following the Russian invasion. Journalists reporting from the Ukrainian…
Civilians in Ukrainian cities are seeking safety in underground train stations following the Russian invasion. Journalists reporting from the Ukrainian capital of Kyiv and the northern city of Kharkiv have shared images and videos to tell their stories.
People in Kharkiv, Ukraine, gathered in a metro station with luggage, children and pets to shelter from expected Russian air strikes, after Moscow mounted a mass assault by land, sea and air in the biggest attack on a European state since World War Two.
Explosions have been heard across multiple cities across Ukraine after Russian President Vladimir Putin announced a “special military operation” in eastern Ukraine in a televised speech early Thursday.
What people are saying?
Emilio Morenatti People rest in the Kyiv subway, using it as a bomb shelter Feb. 24, 2022. Russia has launched a full-scale invasion of Ukraine, unleashing airstrikes and sending troops and tanks from multiple directions in a move that could rewrite the world’s geopolitical landscape.
Пшь Пшь I am from Kyiv and I am waiting for my rifle! we don’t plan to lose! and we are not afraid! I am on the 5th floor building in my apartment, and if they kill me in their sleep, I will drive them crazy from the other world! none! NONE! has no right to attack Ukraine and Kiev!