young girl protesting against war in ukraine

What to Know About Ukraine’s History – DailyNewsGems

By Bill Lucey, 03/05/2022

Editor’s Note: Bill is an online friend, News Researcher; Writer.

Ukrainians desperately trying to board trains at Kyiv-Pasazhyrskyi Central Station.
Photo Credit: Pete Kiehart/The Guardian/BuzzFeed

Over a week into Russia’s incursion into Ukraine, turmoil and continued bloodshed remains, with residents of Kyiv rushing to the train station to escape Russia’s wrath.

More than one million Ukrainians have been displaced, adding to the humanitarian crisis.

Russian troops, according to a Human Rights Watch report, have fired cluster munitions into at least three residential neighborhoods.

More threatening still, Russia has captured Zaporizhzhia nuclear power plant, the largest in Europe after shelling the part of the complex on fire, raising fears of a nuclear disaster, others equate it to a “war crime.” For now, the power plant’s six reactors reportedly remain intact and undamaged.

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