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Parents are forced to leave behind premature babies when 103 children are slaughtered by Putin’s ruthless army

PARENTS were forced to leave their tiny premature babies in the hospital because of the news that 103 children had been killed by ruthless Russian troops.

Thousands of terrified Ukrainians are continuing to flee their homes nearly three weeks after Vladimir Putin’s bloody invasion began, with Russian forces repeatedly destroying major cities.

Three premature babies were left behind at triple hospital in Mariupol as desperate locals fled amid Russian shelling

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Three premature babies were left behind at triple hospital in Mariupol as desperate locals fled amid Russian shellingCredit: AP
People injured by shelling lie in the lobby of the 3rd hospital in the city

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People injured by shelling lie in the lobby of the 3rd hospital in the cityCredit: AP
A car burns on the side of a maternity hospital damaged by shelling in Mariupol

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A car burns on the side of a maternity hospital damaged by shelling in MariupolCredit: AP
The southern port city of Mariupol has faced weeks of artillery fire from the Russians

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The southern port city of Mariupol has faced weeks of artillery fire from the RussiansCredit: AP

Mariupol is constantly being peeled – tied about 20,000 tablets Ukrainians left the besieged city, while an estimated 2,300 citizens were killed in the area.

But amid frenzied scenes as families tried to escape, a devastating photo from the city’s No 3 hospital shows three premature babies in bed – left behind by their desperate parents.

Hospitals in Mariupol continue to suffer relentless attacks by Russian force – with Putin’s soldiers are said to have taken hundreds of staff members and patients hostage for use as human shields.

It is understood that nearby residents have been forced out of their homes and into hospitals.

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Sergei Orlov said about 400 people are currently being blocked from leaving the Mariupol Regional Intensive Care Hospital.

He told the BBC: “We received information that the Russian army has captured our largest hospital … and they are using our patients and doctors as hostages.

“We can confirm this information and the governor of the Donetsk region has also confirmed it. We received information that there were 400 people there. “

Pavlo Kyrylenko, governor of the Donetsk region, said Russian troops were pulling people from nearby buildings and forcing them into hospitals.

Russian soldiers are said to have threatened to shoot anyone who tried to escape.

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky said Mariupol was quickly running out of food and people were struggling for water, heating and medicine.

And Iryna Vereshchuk, Ukraine’s deputy prime minister, says there are serious problems trying to deliver humanitarian aid to this desperate city of 430,000 people.

She said a convoy full of supplies was stuck in nearby Berdyansk.

In a glimmer of hope, some 20,000 people managed to flee the city by driving along humanitarian corridors agreed with Russian forces – but hundreds of thousands remained trapped by shelling, many people without heating, electricity or running water.

According to Kyrylo Tymoshenko, a senior Zelensky aide, about 4,000 cars drove northwest to Zaporizhzhia, what is believed to be the largest-ever evacuation from Mariupol.


It comes as…

  • Russia has ban Joe Biden and called for Alaska to be part of its territory again.
  • Volodymyr Zelensky has conceded Ukraine may never join NATO in an important concession that could pave the way to peace.
  • Putin’s army has take hundreds Hospital staff and patients are held hostage in the besieged city of Mariupol.
  • Impressive movie scene show time A Russian tank has been blown up by Ukrainian forces.
  • Ukraine has a surprise trick up its sleeve in the fight against Russian forces and it takes the form of a relatively cheap drone.
  • A nine-year-old child The girl who lost her arm After Russian forces fired machine guns at her family as they tried to flee Kyiv.
  • Liz Truss warns oligarchs including Roman Abramovich may never return to Britain.

It comes after a pregnant woman and dead fetus after a Russian air strike destroyed a maternity hospital in Mariupol.

An obnoxious picture showing a mother stretcher from hospital and then she shouted “kill me, kill me” when she saw her child was lost – then died herself.

On Wednesday, Ukraine’s Prosecutor General said that so far 103 children have been killed in the war, in which Russian forces have attacked more than 400 educational institutions, destroying 59 of them.

Meanwhile, Russian forces continue to attack Ukrainian cities and close in on the capital Kyiv in a relentless bombardment that deepens the humanitarian crisis.

Kyiv Mayor Vitali Klitschko has warned of a “difficult and dangerous time” for the city as Russian forces intensify attacks on residential buildings.

Zelensky said the barge crashed into four multi-storey buildings in the city and killed dozens of people.

The attacks on the 20th day of the Russian invasion broke the relative calm after an initial advance by the Russians. PutinHis forces were halted in the early days of the war.

Explosions around the city have caused extensive structural damage – with shock waves from one blast penetrating the entrance of a downtown metro station that residents have used as bomb shelters .

Kyiv has now imposed a 35-hour curfew following intense shelling.

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