Ukraine's Mariupol Before, After: Drone Footage Captures Devastation of Russian Shelling

Greece's consul general in Mariupol, who arrived home after escaping the siege, describes the southern Ukrainian city as standing alongside Guernica, Leningrad and Russia's previous targets Grozny and Aleppo

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Burning and destroyed apartment buildings in Mariupol, Ukraine Tuesday, March 22, 2022.
Burning and destroyed apartment buildings in Mariupol, Ukraine Tuesday, March 22, 2022. Credit: AFP/Satellite image 2022 Maxar Technologies
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