We are responding to the growing situation with a comprehensive humanitarian campaign. We help people evacuate and provide humanitarian and psychosocial support.
Ukrainian authorities denounced attacks on civilians on the second day of the Russian invasion, which has left more than 100 dead and 300 injured, as well as more than 100,000 displaced.
Under the command of President Vladimir Putin, Russian troops entered Kiev, the capital of Ukraine, at around 1:50 pm (local time), confirmed Mayor Vitaliy Klitschko.
Russia complains about the eventual accession of Ukraine to NATO (North Atlantic Treaty Organization), a military alliance created to face the extinct Soviet Union…
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