The Good Morning Britain presenter said, "Nothing prepared me for what I would witness."
Igor Zhovkva, a senior aide to Volodymyr Zelenskyy, said: 'Every visit, every phone call, every act of support counts and brings us to victory.'
In a wide-ranging exclusive interview with Yahoo News France, Klitschko said he has cried every day since the Russian president launched his invasion of the country.
The 'Britain's Got Talent' judge shares her interview with a woman from London who is trapped in Ukraine as she was on holiday visiting family when war broke out.
On the sixth day of attacks on Ukraine, the country’s two largest cities, Kyiv and Kharkiv, suffered some of the most devastating strikes so far by the Russian military. Video from the two cities, comparable in size to Chicago and Philadelphia, shows devastating air raids reportedly hitting targets in residential areas and continued ground warfare as more Russian forces approach.
Wladimir Klitschko, the Ukrainian former boxer and brother of Kyiv Mayor Vitali Klitschko, delivered a message to western Europe requesting urgent help to defend his country. “They are killing us, they are shelling us with rockets and destroying us,” Klitschko says, making the case that help is needed to stop the fighting in Ukraine so that it "does not come knocking on your doors."
Staff at the hospital, which specialises in treating children with cancer, have pleaded for an end to the fighting.
On the third day of the Russian attacks on Ukraine, on-the-ground footage shows daily life turned upside down by violence. As the Ukrainian military and volunteers fight to slow Russian forces, civilians scramble for shelter, finding less and less safe ground as the conflict continues.
In a video posted on social media early Saturday, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky refutes claims that he has evacuated the Ukrainian capital and ordered the military to stand down. "There has been a lot of fake information online," Zelensky says. "Listen, I am here. We will not lay down our weapons. We will defend our state."
Ukrainian President Voldomyr Zelensky appeared in a Facebook post in a video purportedly self-recorded on the streets of Kyiv to offer words of reassurance to the embattled populace. Standing alongside several senior members of the government, Zelensky says, “We are all here. Our military are here. Citizens and society are here.”
As Ukraine endures the second day of attacks from Russian forces, on-the-ground footage reveals a population in shock, forced to decide to stay and fight or leave their homes for safety. Videos independently verified by Yahoo News show long lines at military recruitment centers and weapons being distributed to civilians, as well as continued destruction throughout the country.
In the wake of the invasion of Ukraine, many in Russia have joined protests against their government's actions. The demonstrations took place across Russia, centering in Moscow and St. Petersburg, where law enforcement has been seen attempting to violently break up the protests.