Mariupol was devastated after the Russian bombing

Mariupol’s new films underscore the catastrophe Port city of strategic importance Then in southeastern Ukraine Weeks of Russian military bombing.

Large image: Authorities say thousands of people are trapped in the besieged city Food, water and medicine Lack. U.S. State Department spokesman Nate Price stated Putin’s forces have released “some of the worst possible accounts of war crimes” from Mariupol.

Scene on Mariupol Street on March 29 under the control of the Russian military and pro-Russian separatists. Photo: Getty Images by Leon Klein / Anatolia Agency
Crowd of people waiting for food and supplies outside the Mariupol grocery store.
Crowd of people waiting for food and supplies outside the Mariupol grocery store on March 29th. Satellite image: Maxer Technologies
    View of a school damaged after a shelling on March 29 in the Ukrainian city of Mariupol, controlled by the Russian military and pro-Russian separatists.
On March 29 a school was damaged in a shelling in Mariupol. Photo: Leon Klein / Anatolian Agency via Getty Images
On March 29 the Mariupol Theater and its environs were badly damaged in the city of Mariupol.
On March 29 the Mariupol Theater and its vicinity show the great damage to the city of Mariupol. The Russian word for “children” is still found outside the theater. Satellite image: Maxar Technologies
Civilians cook food amid the rubble of an apartment building damaged by the March 29 Russian military and pro-Russian separatist Ukrainian city of Mariupol shelling.
A woman cooks food near the Mariupol apartment building, which was damaged by a shelling on March 29. Photo: Leon Klein / Anatolian Agency via Getty Images
On March 29, apartment buildings and houses in Mariupol were destroyed by shelling.
Mariupol apartment buildings and houses destroyed by shelling on March 29. Satellite image: Maxar Technologies
    View of buildings and vehicles damaged after the shelling of the Russian army and pro-Russian separatist-held Ukrainian city of Mariupol on March 29.
Residents of Mariupol were surrounded by rubble after a March 29 Russian military bombing. Photo: Getty Images by Leon Klein / Anatolia Agency
    Destruction of residential apartment buildings in Mariupol on March 29.
Mariupol apartment buildings destroyed by the Russian shelling on March 29. Satellite image: Maxar Technologies
View of buildings and vehicles damaged after the shelling of the Russian army and pro-Russian separatist-held Ukrainian city of Mariupol on March 29.
Room destroyed by Russian shelling at Mariupol home on March 2. Photo: Leon Klein / Anatolian Agency via Getty Images

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Editor’s note: This article has been updated with more pictures.

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