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Ukraine War: Indiscriminate attacks on outskirts of Kyiv strike terror through communities and create horrific terror

Ukraine War: Indiscriminate attacks on outskirts of Kyiv strike terror through communities and create horrific terror

The garden in front of the house we are looking at is now a 15 feet deep pit.

Windows, doors and walls have been blown up in the house and all its surroundings and property beyond recognition has been vandalized after the missile attack.

This road in Markhilyevka in the Greater Kyiv Region (Oblast) of Ukraine It seems as though it was once a beautiful, peaceful place of suburban peace. It is far from that now.

Russian The army appears to have stalled in their attempts to encircle the capital, enter and take control of the main city – but they do manage to inflict terrifying terror on residents living throughout the Kyiv region.

Credit: Chris Cunningham For Alex Crawford Peace Pictures Shows The Devastation In The Village Of Markhalivka That Was Hit By Russian Missiles Tuesday Night.  A Woman Is Reported To Have Died In The Attack, Her Husband Is Badly Injured In The Hospital.  A Friend Of The Family Took Us Around The Destroyed House, Showing Us The Missile That Wreaks Such Pain And Havoc.  The Giant Crater In Front Of The Worst-Damaged House Is A Testament To
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The Russian forces seem to have stalled in their attempts to take control of the capital, but they are inflicting terrible terror on the residents of the Kyiv region.

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The advance of Russian troops appears to have almost come to a halt in the capital’s north-western suburbs of Irpin, Buka and Hostomel.

Cities that we thought were almost certain to be finished within days when we first visited them a week ago still stand out remarkably.

It does not appear that Russian troops were able to advance into Kyiv from the Irpin bridge outside the bombardment – ​​a bridge familiar to Sky viewers who had seen hundreds of civilians fleeing the battle to relative safety inside the capital.

In fact the latest news from those fronts is that the Russian troops have been pushed back. It is difficult to verify how accurate these anonymous information is, but the lack of Russian troops on that bridge adds credibility to these reports.

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Again to the east of the capital, the soldiers who were beaten back at Brovari seem to have been held back.

But inside the main city, they have used the recent 35-hour curfew to strengthen and link barricades, using tractors to block roads and rusty old trams blocking others. has been pulled.

Credit: Chris Cunningham For Alex Crawford Peace Pictures Shows The Devastation In The Village Of Markhalivka That Was Hit By Russian Missiles Tuesday Night.  A Woman Is Reported To Have Died In The Attack, Her Husband Is Badly Injured In The Hospital.  A Friend Of The Family Took Us Around The Destroyed House, Showing Us The Missile That Wreaks Such Pain And Havoc.  The Giant Crater In Front Of The Worst-Damaged House Is A Testament To
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The garden in front of the house has now become a 15 feet deep pit.

Ukrainian troops guarding outposts in the city center appear to be outnumbered and all vehicles passing through the capital city and their occupants are being scrutinized more closely.

Frequent and increasing are reports that Russian saboteurs are operating in all parts of the country and may infiltrate the capital to set targets and act as guides for any possible attack.

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The apparent lack of progress in the capital – despite earlier indications of the Russian army’s possible plans to encircle the city and encircle it – has intensified long-range random and indiscriminate bombing and shelling in and around the outskirts.

These attacks spread terror in the communities and create a terrible and justified terror.

Credit: Chris Cunningham For Alex Crawford Peace Pictures Shows The Devastation In The Village Of Markhalivka That Was Hit By Russian Missiles Tuesday Night.  A Woman Is Reported To Have Died In The Attack, Her Husband Is Badly Injured In The Hospital.  A Friend Of The Family Took Us Around The Destroyed House, Showing Us The Missile That Wreaks Such Pain And Havoc.  The Giant Crater In Front Of The Worst-Damaged House Is A Testament To
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Mikhailo Dotsenko, whose son’s house was destroyed, said: ‘It’s a war with humans… just to kill other humans’

Mikhail Dotsenko took us to the destroyed house of his son in Markhilevka, telling us that Oleg was going to be in the house, but at the last moment, he was persuaded to visit his parents.

“I don’t even know how to describe it,” says Mikhailo. “I don’t have words.”

He stops. He can’t seem to find strong enough phrases for what’s going on with his family right now.

“There’s no humanity here,” he continues. “This is not a war with an army.

There are very few who would disagree with him right now.

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Russian troops seem to be struggling to complete their strangulation of the capital soon.

Credit: Chris Cunningham For Alex Crawford Peace Pictures Shows The Devastation In The Village Of Markhalivka That Was Hit By Russian Missiles Tuesday Night.  A Woman Is Reported To Have Died In The Attack, Her Husband Is Badly Injured In The Hospital.  A Friend Of The Family Took Us Around The Destroyed House, Showing Us The Missile That Wreaks Such Pain And Havoc.  The Giant Crater In Front Of The Worst-Damaged House Is A Testament To
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Sky’s Alex Crawford is shown the remains of a missile at Markhalivka

Last week, military experts predicted they could besiege the capital within 24-96 hours. Now they are suggesting that it may take much longer.

But for both sides, Kyiv is everything, the gold prize. And the lack of progress on the battlefield could intensify further precarious and wretched war tasks for the residents of the entire Kyiv region.

Alex Crawford reporting from Ukraine with cameraman Jake Britton and producers Chris Cunningham, Jake Jacobs and Oleksandr Piskun

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