Shelling prevents humanitarian aid from entering Mariupol









Ukrainian cities amid the Russian invasion after multiple failed attempts and evacuations that were carried out from the besieged city of Mario Pole. A convoy of at least 160 cars were able to leave the city on Monday.

It was the first successful attempt to establish a humanitarian corridor after the city, after a week of failed efforts. It was a possible attempt after a local ceasefire was arranged with Russian forces.

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There was one road leading to the city of Zaporizhia which is located about 225 kilometers away, and this was not going to be shelled. People who still had fuel left in cars while the rest of the city continued to be bombed.







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