Ukraine War: More than 360 Ukrainian & 11000 Russian killed

Russia Ukraine War: More than 360 Ukrainian Civilians & 11000 Russian troops killed so far

Russia-Ukraine Conflict Updates:

The situation between Russia and Ukraine: UN reports that more than 360 civilians have been killed in Ukraine so far.

Second Ceasfiire attempt also Failed

Meanwhile, a second ceasefire attempt & evacuation of the people in the besieged port city of Mariupol failed on Sunday, firing was continued during ceasefire announced period with pro-Russian rebels and the Ukrainian National Guard accusing each other for failing to construct a humanitarian corridor to allow residents to flee safely.

Heavy Civilian Casualties in Ukrainian Side

Russia Ukraine Crisis Live: At least 364 civilians have been confirmed killed in Ukraine since Russian troops entered on February 24, with another 759 injured, according to a UN monitoring mission, however the exact figures are likely "considerably higher." The latest data, which includes casualties up to March 5, includes 13 more deaths and 52 more injuries than the monitors from the UN High Commissioner for UNHRC reported on Saturday.

West Sanctions on Russia to "Declaring War"

On Sunday, Russian President Vladimir Putin stated that the military action in Ukraine will be stopped only if Russia's demands are honoured. While a second attempted ceasefire & evacuation of people in the besieged port city of Mariupol collapsed on Sunday, with pro-Russian separatists and Ukraine's National Guard accusing each other for failing to establish a humanitarian corridor to allow civilians to flee safely, he has likened the West's sanctions on Russia to "declaring war."

Biggest Refugee Crisis Since World War II

Meanwhile, the United Nations announced on Sunday that the number of people fleeing Russia's invasion of Ukraine has surpassed 1.5 million, making it Europe's fastest-growing & biggest refugee crisis since World War II.


11000 Russian Troops Killed

The Ukrainian armed forces' general staff announced on Sunday that more than 11,000 Russian troops have died since Moscow launched an invasion of Ukraine on February 24. It has been estimated that nearly 10,000 Russians have died. There were no casualties reported from Ukraine.

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