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Rescuers and firefighters continue to search for survivors in the rubble of a shopping center in kyiv targeted by a Russian strike on March 21, 2022.

Radio-Canada is in Ukraine and neighboring countries to bear witness to the war that has been going on there since the start of the Russian invasion on February 24. See or review all the reports from our correspondents and our special envoys.

The arrival of new Russian troops in Ukraine risks prolonging an already deadly conflict. On the ground, we continue to discover the horrors committed in the areas that have just been liberated in the east of the country. Evidence of possible war crimes is mounting once again. Our special correspondent Marie-Eve Bédard went to the city of Izioum where despite everything, in the ruins, she found an incredible story of solidarity.

The question now is whether the arrival of new Russian troops in Ukraine will further prolong a conflict that is already very deadly? On the ground, in any case, we continue to discover horrors committed in the zones which have just been liberated in the east of the country. Evidence of possible war crimes is once again mounting. Our special correspondent Marie-Eve Bédard went to the town of Izioum, where she collected very disturbing testimonies.

Despite advances in northeastern Ukraine, part of the country's south, from Crimea to Kherson, is still under Russian occupation. The counter-offensive led by the forces of kyiv proceeds more slowly, but it remains crucial to block the road to the Russians towards Odessa. This strategic city on the Black Sea which is also the cultural and architectural jewel of Ukraine. The city has been bombed several times since the beginning of the Russian invasion and it is feared to be Vladimir Putin's ultimate target. As our special correspondent Tamara Alteresco reports, Odessa stands tall with boldness and composure.

Odessa State Academic Opera and Ballet Theater is the oldest theater in the city.

The Ukrainian army has announced that it has regained control of the strategic city of Izium, an important milestone in its counter-offensive to regain territory conquered by Russia since its invasion in February. The details of our special correspondent in Ukraine, Tamara Alteresco.

Russians retreat in Ukraine. Is this a turning point in the war? We find, on the ground, our special correspondent Tamara Alteresco.

After 200 days of war, the tide seems to be turning in Ukraine. kyiv's counter-offensive, launched earlier this month, is forcing Moscow to retreat to the east of the country. In response, Russian troops are stepping up strikes against civilian infrastructure, including a power plant in Kharkiv, which has plunged the region into darkness this evening. Interview with our special correspondent in Ukraine, Tamara Alteresco.

Ukrainian first responders attempt to control a fire at a Kharkiv power plant on Sunday, September 11 .

The Ukrainian army is still trying to regain lost ground. Officials report progress in Kharkiv, in the east, and in the south, too, the counter-offensive continues. It is in this key region that most of the Ukrainian military resources are located. Tamara Alteresco went to Mikolaiv, where this counter-offensive is being organized and where the population is torn between terror and hope.

We are going this evening to the south of Ukraine, to Mikolaiv, near the front line. It is about thirty kilometers from Kherson, which has been occupied by the Russians since February. The fear of bombs is part of everyday life, as Tamara Alteresco has seen.

After weeks of stagnation, the Ukrainian army launched a counter-offensive on Tuesday to liberate the south of the country. Fighting is intense in the region of Kherson, the first major city captured by the Russians at the start of their invasion. Our special correspondent Tamara Alteresco has arrived in Ukraine, in Odessa, where civilians who have fled the Russian occupation are taking refuge.

War survivors in southern Ukraine. Tamara Alteresco's report.

This week officially marks the end of Radio-Canada and CBC activities in Russia. Our office there closed, as ordered by the Kremlin, after more than 4 decades of journalistic coverage. Our correspondent, Tamara Alteresco has just returned from a last stay in the Russian capital. She brought us back this report in which she pays tribute to these shadow employees without whom it would have been impossible to tell you about Russia during all these years.

Radio-Canada has announced the closure of its Moscow office following the Russian invasion of Ukraine.

The 100th day of armed violence in Ukraine has passed… and the prospect of peace still seems remote. Here is the timeline of a conflict that could last.

100 days have passed since Russia began its invasion of Ukraine on February 24. While the scale of the destruction “defies belief”, according to the Red Cross, neither Russia nor Ukraine seem about to give up. Here are the highlights of this terrible conflict.

In Ukraine, even if most of the fighting is now concentrated in the Donbass, in the east, the other regions of the country are not immune. But in Odessa, the inhabitants have an original shelter: the catacombs of the city. A report by our special correspondent Jean-François Bélanger.

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Another strategic port city, Odessa on the Black Sea, is feared to be the Russian military's next target. A city-jewel, with a rich cultural heritage, which citizens are preparing to defend at the risk of their lives. A report by our special correspondent Jean-François Bélanger.

Another strategic port city, Odessa, on the Black Sea, fears to be the next target of the Russian army. A city-jewel, with a rich cultural heritage, which citizens are preparing to defend at the risk of their lives. A report by our special correspondent Jean-François Bélanger

CBC/Radio-Canada's office in Moscow, which has been open for nearly half a century, will be closed, while the visas and accreditations of its journalists will be revoked, the Russian Foreign Ministry announced on Wednesday. A report by Louis Blouin.

For more than 40 years, the Radio-Canada office in Moscow has allowed us to experience and understand great moments in history: the Chernobyl explosion, the war in Chechnya, the Sochi Games, etc. But it's over. Russia closed our office on Wednesday in retaliation for the withdrawal of the Russia Today channel from Canada. A report by Louis Blouin.

In Ukraine, President Zelensky hailed the evacuation of the last resisters from the Azovstal factory. Several buses transported at least 260 soldiers, some wounded, to the Russian-controlled area. The main thing was to save the lives of its fighters, Zelensky said, because the country needs its heroes. Report by our special correspondent Jean-François Bélanger.

In Ukraine, President Zelensky hailed the evacuation of the last resistance fighters from the Azovstal factory. Several buses transported at least 260 soldiers, some wounded, to the area controlled by the Russians. The main thing was to save the lives of its fighters, Zelensky said, and the country needed its heroes. Report by Jean-François Bélanger.

Romania has hosted nearly one million Ukrainian refugees so far. They mostly settled in hotels on the shores of the Black Sea. But with the tourist season approaching, more and more establishments are reluctantly asking them to vacate their rooms. This is the case in Constanta, where thousands of Ukrainians have nowhere to go. The report by our special correspondent Tamara Alteresco.

Romania has so far hosted nearly one million Ukrainian refugees. They mostly settled in hotels on the shores of the Black Sea. But with the tourist season approaching, more and more establishments are reluctantly asking them to vacate their rooms. This is the case in Constanta, where thousands of Ukrainians have nowhere to go. Report by Tamara Altéresco.

The Russian military reportedly used phosphorus incendiary bombs against the Azovstal factory in Mariupol, Ukraine for the first time. A worrying development as hundreds of fighters are still there and their wives who may have fled still hope to see them alive. The report by our special correspondent, Jean-François Bélanger.

The Russian army is said to have used phosphorus incendiary bombs for the first time against the Azovstal factory in Mariupol, Ukraine. A worrying development as hundreds of fighters are still there and their wives who were able to flee still hope to see them alive again. The report by our special correspondent, Jean-François Bélanger.

Targets, there are countless in Ukraine. Many buildings and infrastructure have been damaged or destroyed by Russian forces. But many works were sabotaged by the Ukrainians themselves to slow down the advance of the enemy. Our special correspondent Jean-François Bélanger went to a village north of kyiv, where there was no hesitation in resorting to a radical measure.

< p class="sc-1wicwa1-0 gfWqyy">Targets, there are countless in Ukraine. Many buildings and infrastructure have been damaged or destroyed by Russian forces. But many works were sabotaged by the Ukrainians themselves to slow down the advance of the enemy. Our special correspondent Jean-François Bélanger went to a village north of kyiv where there was no hesitation in resorting to a radical measure.

A few tens of kilometers from Ukraine, Moldova also fears being drawn into the war. Fears repeated today by the head of American intelligence. Two weeks ago, explosions shook Transnistria, a Moldavian territory controlled by pro-Russian separatists, a potential gateway for Russia. Tamara Alteresco's report.

A few dozen kilometers from Ukraine, Moldova also fears being drawn into the war. Fears repeated today by the head of American intelligence. Two weeks ago, explosions also shook Transnistria, a Moldavian territory controlled by pro-Russian separatists, a potential gateway for Russia. The report by Tamara Altéresco.

She has become one of the voices that carry to the heart of this conflict. Since the beginning of the invasion, Ukrainian MP Lesia Vasylenko has been on all platforms to denounce the brutality of the Russian forces, the rapes and abuses and to mobilize the international community. Our special correspondent Céline Galipeau speaks with Lesia Vasylenko, Member of the Ukrainian Parliament.

She has become one of the voices that carry the heart of this conflict. Since the beginning of the invasion, the Ukrainian MP Lesia Vasylenko has been on all platforms to denounce the brutality of the Russian forces, the rapes, the abuses and to mobilize the international community. Interview with Lesia Vasylenko, Member of the Ukrainian Parliament.

The Russians have been trying to take the small town of Orikhiv for several weeks. They advance, they retreat, the situation is volatile. But the city is a lock. If it fell, it would pave the way to the regional capital, Zaporizhia, which is still under Ukrainian control. Nearly 15,000 people lived there before the fighting. Today, those who are still there live to the rhythm of the bombardments. Report by our special correspondent Céline Galipeau.

The Russians have been trying to take the small town of Orikhiv for several weeks. They advance, they retreat, the situation is volatile. But the city is a lock. If it fell, it would pave the way to the regional capital, Zaporizhia, which is still under Ukrainian control. Nearly 15,000 people lived there before the fighting. Today, those who are still there live to the rhythm of the bombardments. Report by Céline Galipeau.

In this war, is time on Ukraine's side? The more time passes, the more the country receives new and modern equipment and also the training necessary to use it, but more time also means more civilian casualties. Last weekend, a Russian strike destroyed a school in the Luhansk region and 60 people who had taken refuge there were killed. More deaths among the military too, on the Russian side, the losses are impressive. Report by our special correspondent Jean-Michel Leprince.

In this war, is time on Ukraine's side? The more time passes, the more the country receives new and modern equipment and also the necessary training to use it, but more time also means more civilian casualties. Last weekend, a Russian strike destroyed a school in the Luhansk region and 60 people who had taken refuge there were killed. More deaths among the military too, on the Russian side the losses are impressive. Report by Jean-Michel Leprince.

The impact of the Russian invasion is felt as far away as Finland and Sweden. They are both historically neutral countries, but are now considering joining NATO. Sweden is also about to announce its decision. Which is going to be quite disastrous for Moscow, since it was precisely to avoid having NATO on its doorstep that Russia invaded Ukraine. Report by our special correspondent Marie-Eve Bédard.

The impact of the Russian invasion is felt as far away as Finland and Sweden. Both are historically neutral countries but are now considering joining NATO. Sweden is also about to announce its decision. Which is going to be quite disastrous for Moscow since it is precisely to avoid having NATO on its doorstep that Russia invaded Ukraine. Reporting by Marie-Ève ​​Bédard.

In Kharkiv, Ukrainian forces successfully repelled Russian troops. Despite intense bombardment, the country's second city holds its own. Report by our special correspondent Jean-François Bélanger.

In Kharkiv, Ukrainian forces successfully repelled Russian troops. Despite intense bombardments, the country's second city holds its ground. Report by Jean-François Bélanger.

Russia celebrates today as every year on May 9 Victory Day, the day that marks the victory against Nazi Germany in 1945. But the parade has a different connotation this year because of the war in Ukraine. We are discussing it with our special correspondent in Moldova, Tamara Alteresco.

Russia celebrates today as every year on May 9 the day of the victory, this day which marks the victory against Nazi Germany in 1945. But the parade has a different connotation this year because of the war in Ukraine. We are discussing it with our special correspondent in Moldova, Tamara Alteresco.

In a surprise visit, the Prime Minister of Canada Justin Trudeau met his counterpart Volodymyr Zelensky in person to the first time since the start of the war in Ukraine. Explanations with our special correspondent Céline Galipeau.

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau walks with Irpin Mayor Oleksandr Markushin during a surprise visit to Ukraine.

Russian forces relentlessly continue their assault on the Azovstal factory in Mariupol. Some of the survivors have reached the city of Zaporijia, where our special correspondent Céline Galipeau is.

Russian forces continue their relentless assault on the Azovstal factory in Mariupol. Some of the survivors have reached the city of Zaporijia, where Céline Galipeau is.

For Ukrainians, Putin is pursuing the same goal as the USSR before him, which is to wipe Ukraine off the map and turn its population into Russians. An inconceivable scenario for Ukrainians, who are increasingly abandoning the Russian language in favor of their own. Report by our special correspondent Jean-Michel Leprince.

Volodymyr Zelensky visited Boutcha , where emergency services continued to collect the corpses of civilians killed during the Russian occupation, on April 4, 2022.

According to the WHO, 190 health facilities have already been targeted in Ukraine by Russian forces. Despite their resilience, Ukrainians are therefore deprived of vital resources. Vital also for their mental health, especially that of children traumatized by war. For 70 days they have endured sirens, bombs, destruction and death. Our special correspondent Jean-François Bélanger is in Makariv, west of kyiv.

According to the WHO, 190 health facilities have already been targeted in Ukraine by Russian forces. Despite their resilience, Ukrainians are therefore deprived of vital resources. Vital also for their mental health, especially that of children traumatized by war. For 70 days, they have suffered sirens, bombs, destruction and death. Jean-François Bélanger is in Makariv, west of kyiv.

Pro-war propaganda reaches a peak in Russia. Cities and towns are preparing to celebrate the most important 9th of May in recent history. This essential date marks the capitulation of the Nazis in 1945. But this year, it will be a pretext for a vast mobilization of the motherland against Ukraine. The Kremlin even raises the specter of an expanded war. We also exhibited this plane of the apocalypse from which Vladimir Putin would direct operations in the event of a nuclear conflict. Tamara Alteresco's report.

Pro-war propaganda reaches a peak in Russia. Towns and villages are preparing to celebrate the most important May 9 in recent history. This essential date marks the capitulation of the Nazis in 1945. But this year, it will be a pretext for a vast mobilization of the motherland against Ukraine. The Kremlin is even brandishing the specter of an expanded war. We also exhibited this “plane of the apocalypse” from which Vladimir Putin would direct operations in the event of a nuclear conflict. The report by Tamara Altéresco.

On the ground, Russian forces have intensified their strikes in several regions of Ukraine. But their main target is the large Azovstal factory in Mariupol, where dozens of civilians are entrenched with the last defenders of the city besieged for months. At the same time, a convoy of civilians evacuated from the factory underground arrived safely. Report by our special correspondent Céline Galipeau.

On the ground, Russian forces have intensified their strikes in several regions of Ukraine. But their main target is the large Azovstal factory in Mariupol, where dozens of civilians are entrenched with the last defenders of the city besieged for months. At the same time, a convoy of civilians evacuated from the factory underground arrived safely. Report by Céline Galipeau.

Another battle is being waged, this one on the energy field. Russia exports between 40% and 50% of its gas and around 25% of its oil to Europe. But in the next few hours, the European Union could impose an embargo on Russian oil. As for gas, some countries want us to stop importing it, but others are having their ears dragged on, like Germany. Report by our correspondent Raphaël Bouvier-Auclair.

Another battle is being waged, this one on the energy field. Russia exports between 40% and 50% of its gas, and about 25% of its oil to Europe. But in the next few hours, the European Union could impose an embargo on Russian oil. As for gas, some countries want us to stop importing it, but others are having their ears pulled, like Germany. Report by our correspondent Raphael Bouvier-Auclair.

Despite Vladimir Putin's threat of a blistering response, Ukraine's allies remain determined to help. US President Joe Biden is asking Congress for a record $33 billion in additional military aid. Weapons to enable Ukraine to defend against the assault in the East, where the Russians continue their advance. Their next possible target: Zaporizhia. They already control the nearby nuclear power plant, the largest in Europe. But the inhabitants have no intention of letting it go and they demonstrate unfailing solidarity. Report by our special correspondent Jean-Michel Leprince.

Despite Vladimir Putin's threat of a “lightning response” yesterday, Ukraine's allies remain determined to help. US President Joe Biden is asking Congress for a record $33 billion in additional military aid. Weapons therefore, to allow Ukraine to defend itself against the assault in the East, where the Russians continue their progress. Their next possible target: Zaporizhia. They already control the nearby nuclear power plant, the largest in Europe. But the inhabitants have no intention of letting it go and they demonstrate unfailing solidarity. Report by our special correspondent Jean-Michel Leprince.

The town of Boutcha, near kyiv, is burying its dead and tracking down the culprits. The report by our special correspondent Céline Galipeau.

The city of Boutcha, near kyiv, buries its dead and hunts down the culprits. Céline Galipeau is there.

Ukraine's president calls Russia's decision to carry out its threat and cut gas to Bulgaria and Poland a blackmail because they refuse to pay in roubles. Volodymyr Zelensky calls on European countries to no longer depend on trade with Russia. This suspension of supply leaves the threat of a shortage hanging over the rest of Europe. Céline Galipeau, our special correspondent in kyiv, takes stock

The Ukrainian president describes as blackmail the decision of Russia, which carried out its threat and cut off gas to Bulgaria and Poland because they refuse to pay in rubles. Volodymyr Zelensky calls on European countries to no longer depend on trade with Russia. This suspension of supply leaves the threat of a shortage hanging over the rest of Europe. We join Céline Galipeau, our special correspondent in kyiv in Ukraine.

Céline Galipeau provides an update on the war between Ukraine and Russia live from kyiv, the capital.

Céline Galipeau takes stock of the war between Ukraine and Russia live from kyiv, the capital.

Our special correspondent Tamara Alteresco traveled a few meters from the occupied areas of South Ossetia and Abkhazia, Georgia, to meet villagers who live in fear, but who also have great solidarity with Ukraine.

Our special correspondent Tamara Altéresco traveled a few meters from the occupied areas of South Ossetia and Abkhazia, Georgia , to meet villagers who live in fear, but who also feel great solidarity with Ukraine.

As the Russian grip tightens on the areas of Donbass still under Ukrainian control, time is running out for the civilians still there. Among them are people with disabilities and elders who leave, even though they have nowhere to go. Report by Jean-Michel Leprince who attended the boarding of one of the last Donbass trains.

As the Russian grip tightens on the areas of Donbass still under Ukrainian control, time is running out for the civilians still there. Among them are people with disabilities and seniors who leave, even though they have nowhere to go. Report by Jean-Michel Leprince who attended the boarding of one of the last Donbass trains.

Russia carried out a rare attack on the backbone of Ukraine. Six strikes targeting the rail network, including one in Krasne, in the west of the country. The objective is to hinder the delivery of arms and food to the Ukrainian forces who are standing up to the Russian assault in the Donbass. This resistance allows Ukrainians to believe that they can one day go on the offensive and regain the territories lost in 2014 at the hands of pro-Russian separatists. Report by our special correspondent Jean-Michel Leprince.

Russia carried out a rare attack on Ukraine's backbone this morning. Six strikes targeting the rail network, including one in Krasne, in the west of the country. The objective is to hinder the delivery of arms and food to the Ukrainian forces who are standing up to the Russian assault in the Donbass. This resistance allows Ukrainians to believe that they will one day be able to go on the offensive and regain the territories lost in 2014 to pro-Russian separatists. Report by Jean-Michel Leprince.

If it manages to conquer the Donbass, Russia then hopes to continue its offensive in the south of the country. Already, since the beginning of the war, a large part of the corridor connecting Mariupol to Odessa lives under the occupation of Russian forces. Families are even deported there to Russia. Tamara Alteresco brings you the testimony of a Canadian who is stuck in the region. For security reasons, we have protected his identity.

A Russian soldier on patrol in Mariupol, April 12 . Russian troops now control most of the port city, which they have been besieging for weeks.

Thousands of Ukrainians have arrived in Canada in recent weeks to find refuge and a better life. Thousands more are yearning for the same in the United States, and more and more of them are converging on the Mexico border, specifically in Tijuana. The first applicants were able to cross the border easily, but things have just changed abruptly. The report by Frédéric Arnould.

Ukrainians crowded the Tijuana-San Diego border crossing to cross before the land border gates closed for them Monday morning.

On this Orthodox Easter day, celebrations took place in churches across the country, despite authorities' calls to hold virtual gatherings. Unity within Ukrainian Orthodox churches has been strained by the war. Report by our special correspondent Jean Michel Leprince.

On this day of the Orthodox Easter, celebrations took place in churches across the country, despite the authorities' call to hold “virtual” gatherings. Unity within the Ukrainian Orthodox churches has been severely tested by the war. Report by Jean Michel Leprince.

In the besieged city of Mariupol, a humanitarian corridor had to be abandoned for security reasons. A scenario that has been repeating itself for days. His chief of police had the chance to flee at the risk of his life. A report by our special correspondent Jean-Michel Leprince.

In the besieged city of Mariupol, a humanitarian corridor had to be abandoned, for security reasons. A scenario that has been repeating itself for days. His chief of police had the chance to flee at the risk of his life. A report by our special correspondent Jean-Michel Leprince

As fighting rages in eastern Ukraine, deminers are already at work in the liberated region of kyiv. We must get rid not only of unexploded ordnance and mines left behind by the Ukrainians, but above all of the explosives and booby traps deliberately left behind by the Russian soldiers during their retreat. The report by our special correspondent Jean-Michel Leprince.

Deminers roam residential areas of the suburbs of kyiv.

Nearly 50,000 Russians have gone into exile in Georgia. This Caucasian country also experienced a Russian invasion 14 years ago. The Kremlin then wanted to obtain the independence of a pro-Russian republic, South Ossetia. A conflict that marked the spirits, and which today explains the distrust of Georgians towards Russian exiles. The report of our special correspondent, Tamara Alteresco.

Roman, a Russian exile, and Tsiala, a Georgian, discuss their opposition to Vladimir Putin's regime in Tbilisi.

Kherson is the only major city that the Russians managed to occupy from the start of the conflict. But they were not received as liberators, as they probably expected. The Russians face regular protests from the population. The report by our special correspondent Jean-Michel Leprince.

Protest against Russian presence in Kherson

Five million Ukrainians have fled the country and others have moved to the west of the country, spared so far by the Russian invader. And even though the capital and towns in the west are still threatened by enemy strikes, the relative tranquility has led many exiles to try to return home, against the advice of the authorities. The report by our special correspondent Jean-Michel Leprince.

Ukrainians who had taken the road to exile have decided to return home, to kyiv, The report by our special correspondent Jean-Michel Leprince.

Millions of Other Ukrainians who have been displaced in their country live with these feelings of uprooting. This is the case, for example, of people from Donbass who do not know if they will ever be able to return to their homes. A report by Louis Blouin.

Residents of Donbass crowd to a platform at Kramatorsk station. They fear that Russian troops are trying to surround the city.

Moscow has no intention of letting the sinking of its flagship Moskva go unpunished. Russian attacks on kyiv are intensifying, a military equipment factory has been bombed and missiles have been intercepted in the Lviv region in the west of the country. The report of our special correspondent Louis Blouin.

The projectiles started a fire on the outskirts of kyiv.

In Ukraine, the war is not over, but people are struggling to regain some semblance of normality. In Lviv, online classes allow children who fled the bombs to continue their learning, despite the sirens and despite the fear. The report by our correspondent and special correspondent Louis Blouin.

In Lviv, online courses allow children who fled the bombs to continue their learning, despite the sirens and despite the fear. The report by our special correspondent Louis Blouin.

For the past few days, images have borne witness to the atrocities committed in Ukraine. And increasingly, the words to qualify them are just as strong. Justin Trudeau even talked about genocide today. And the violence continues. For 49 days, Mariupol has been under a bloody siege. Russian forces now control almost the entire city. 21,000 people died there, according to the mayor, who accuses Russia of cremating the corpses to erase the traces of war crimes. Our team gained access to the martyr city. She accompanied the Russian troops through the ruins. A report by Tamara Alteresco.

For the past few days, images have borne witness to the atrocities committed in Ukraine. And increasingly, the words to qualify them are just as strong. Justin Trudeau even talked about genocide today. And the violence continues. For 49 days, Mariupol has been under a bloody siege. Russian forces now control almost the entire city. 21,000 people died there, according to the mayor, who accuses Russia of cremating the corpses to erase the traces of war crimes. Our team gained access to the martyr city. She accompanied the Russian troops through the ruins. Report by Tamara Alteresco.

For 48 days now, the war in Ukraine has been sowing death and destruction. More than 4,500,000 Ukrainians have taken refuge in neighboring countries, not counting the other 7 million displaced inside the country. All these people were able to move thanks, among other things, to the trains which continue to transport refugees, the wounded, the sick and equipment. The railroads became the backbone of the war effort and soon of a moribund economy. Report by our correspondent Marie-Eve Bédard.

For 48 days now, the war in Ukraine has been sowing death and destruction. More than 4,500,000 Ukrainians have found refuge in neighboring countries, not counting the other 7 million displaced inside the country. All these people were able to move thanks, among other things, to the trains which continue to transport refugees, the wounded, the sick, and equipment. The railroads became the backbone of the war effort and soon of a moribund economy. Report by our correspondent Marie-Eve Bédard.

After the outbreak of war in Ukraine, the director of the National Museum in Lviv decided to protect all of the museum's works from a possible Russian attack. Details from our special correspondent Louis Blouin.

The director of the National Museum in Lviv, Ihor Kozhan, hid the works of its establishment in the four corners of the city to protect them from a Russian attack.

Ukrainian forces say they are ready for the great battle of Donbass, Moscow's new target. But near kyiv, the death toll is mounting. Since the withdrawal of Russian forces, 1,200 bodies have been recovered. Scenes of rare violence that do not prevent Ukrainians from wanting to return to their homes. Report by Louis Blouin.

Ukrainian forces say they are ready for the great battle of Donbass, Moscow's new target. The Kremlin is said to have called in retired soldiers as reinforcements. Satellite images show a 12 kilometer column of Russian tanks near Kharkiv. Near kyiv, the death toll is rising. Since the withdrawal of Russian forces, 1,200 bodies have been found. Scenes of rare violence that do not prevent Ukrainians from wanting to return to their homes. Report by Louis Blouin

After more than six weeks of war, these are heartbreaking scenes on a daily basis in Ukraine. Bury the dead, when possible. In Lviv, in the west of the country, funerals of fallen servicemen take place almost every day. A mourning carried by the whole community. Report by our special correspondent Louis Blouin.

After more than 6 weeks of war, these are heartbreaking scenes on a daily basis in Ukraine. Bury the dead, when possible. In Lviv, in the west of the country, funerals of fallen servicemen take place almost every day. A mourning carried by the whole community. Report by our special correspondent Louis Blouin.

Two missiles were fired at Kramatorsk station in Donbass, where there were hundreds of people trying to flee the area. At least 52 people were killed, including five children. There are also hundreds of injured. The report of our special correspondent Louis Blouin.

Two missiles were fired at Kramatorsk station in Donbass, where there were hundreds of people trying to flee the area. At least 52 people were killed, including five children. There are also hundreds of injured. The report of our special correspondent Louis Blouin

These are towns devastated by more than a month of fighting. They were bombed and then captured by Russian forces. But in Irpin, Hostomel and Borodyanka, resistance was fierce. She prevented the Russians from advancing towards the capital. A victory for Ukraine, but at what cost? Little by little, we discover the true face of this war. The report by our special correspondent, Marie-Ève ​​Bédard.

Ukrainians transport corpses wrapped in bags to Irpin on Thursday, in the suburbs of Kyiv.

The new sanctions also target the spouse and children of Sergei Lavrov. Minister of Foreign Affairs since 2004, he is a pillar of Vladimir Putin's regime. A reasonable interlocutor in the eyes of many diplomats. Until the current crisis reveals it in a less favorable light. Report by Jean-François Bélanger.

Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov in Moscow on October 6, 2021.

In front of the United Nations Security Council, a very shaken Volodymyr Zelensky accused the troops of the Kremlin of the worst atrocities since World War II and demanded that they be immediately brought to justice for war crimes. For Moscow, this is all just a show. The report by Azeb Wolde-Giorghis.

Before the United Nations Security Council, a very shaken Volodymyr Zelensky accused the Kremlin troops of the worst atrocities ever committed since the Second World War and demanded that they be immediately brought to justice for war crimes. For Moscow, this is all just a show. Report by Azeb Wolde-Giorghis.

The war in Ukraine has profoundly transformed the regions of the country that are not on the front line. For 40 days, citizens have abandoned their usual activities and companies have diverted their production to better supply those who are in combat. A report by our special correspondent Louis Blouin.

Oksana, a textile worker, leads the fight in her own way.

France has opened its doors to Ukrainian refugees. The government offered them 100,000 accommodation places as well as health care. A rather striking contrast with the welcome given to many migrants. Amnesty International has also denounced the double standard in the treatment of refugees according to their nationality. The report by our special correspondent Anyck Béraud.

France has opened its doors to Ukrainian refugees. The government offered them 100,000 accommodation places as well as health care. A rather striking contrast with the welcome given to many migrants. Amnesty International has also denounced the “double standard” in the treatment of refugees according to their nationality. Reporting by Anyck Béraud.

Concern is also growing in Russia, where citizens who oppose the war are intimidated and accused of being traitors and collaborating with the enemy. Report by Tamara Alteresco.

Concern is also growing in Russia, where citizens who oppose the war are intimidated and accused of being traitors and collaborating with the enemy. Reporting by Tamara Alteresco.

In the areas still coveted by the Russians, the bombardments continue. This is the case in Kharkiv, the second Ukrainian city, where 1.4 million people normally live. According to the mayor, the strikes there have already destroyed nearly 1,200 residential buildings, 69 schools, 53 daycare centers and 15 hospitals. Report by Marie-Eve Bédard.

The bodies of at least 20 men in civilian clothes were found in a single street on Saturday after Ukrainian forces recaptured the town of Boutcha, near kyiv, from Russian troops, AFP journalists noted.

In Ukraine, the organization Médecins sans frontières evacuates the wounded and sick from war zones with a train transformed into a hospital. A risky journey. Report by Louis Blouin.

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Another face of the consequences of this war: those babies who are born to surrogate mothers in a world where their parents cannot reach them. About 20 babies are in a hospital in Kyiv and are in the care of dedicated medical staff protecting them amid the bombardment, while waiting for their families to pick them up. Our special correspondent, Marie-Eve Bédard, is in kyiv.

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Hoping to escape the fighting and the Russian occupation, millions of Ukrainians fled to safer areas in their country. Our special correspondent Yanik Dumont Baron was able to meet some of them.

In hopes of escaping fighting and Russian occupation, millions of Ukrainians have fled to safer areas in their country. Our special envoy to Ukraine, Yanik Dumont Baron.

Ukrainians are still resisting the Russian invasion. The Ukrainian armed forces even continue to train recruits who will come to lend a hand to the troops on the front. Our special correspondent Yanick Dumont Baron was able to attend these training sessions in the west of the country.

The Ukrainian flag flying on the heights of the city

Mariupol, the martyr city besieged for weeks by the Russian army, is still awaiting the arrival of a humanitarian mission. The fate of hundreds of people who had taken refuge in the Mariupol theater, which was bombed on March 16, is still unknown. Our special correspondent Marie-Eve Bédard met a woman who survived this attack.

Image of Mariupol theater after the Russian bombardment.

A first diplomatic breakthrough came between Russian and Ukrainian negotiators today in Turkey. kyiv offers an international agreement to ensure its security in exchange for neutral status. Moscow promises to reduce its military activity in northern Ukraine to promote dialogue. The Western powers remain cautious in the face of this diplomatic advance. A report by Louis Blouin.

Turkey's President Recep Tayyip Erdogan gave the opening speech of this round of negotiations for peace.

In Mariupol, eastern Ukraine, the mayor estimates that 100,000 civilians are still trapped in the fighting. Our correspondent and special correspondent Marie-Eve Bédard met refugees who barely managed to flee the city.

In Mariupol , in eastern Ukraine, the mayor estimates that 100,000 civilians are still trapped in the fighting. Our special correspondent, Marie-Eve Bédard, met refugees who managed to flee the city in extremis.

In Mariupol, the humanitarian corridor announced by Emmanuel Macron on Friday is eagerly awaited. And while Ukrainians try to leave the country at all costs, others are preparing to go there to lend a hand. This is the case of some citizens of Belarus, an allied country of Russia, who have nevertheless decided to fight for their Ukrainian neighbors. The report of our special correspondent Yanik Dumont Baron.

In Mariupol, the humanitarian corridor announced by Emmanuel Macron on Friday is eagerly awaited. And while Ukrainians are trying to leave the country, at all costs…others are preparing to go there to lend a hand. This is the case of certain citizens of Belarus, a country allied with Russia, who have nevertheless decided to fight for their Ukrainian neighbors. Report by Yanik Dumont Baron

US President Joe Biden violently attacked his Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin on Saturday in Warsaw, saying he believes the leader of Russia cannot stay in power after his invasion of Ukraine, a statement immediately tempered by the White House. The report of our special correspondent Yanik Dumont Baron.

Joe Biden also reaffirmed that the United States does not wish to enter into conflict with the Russian forces which have invaded Ukraine.

Passing through Rzeszow, 80 kilometers from the border with Ukraine, US President Joe Biden praised the courage and resilience of Ukrainians, notably evoking the memory of Tiananmen Square. The report of our special correspondent Yanik Dumont Baron.

The President of the United States was visiting Poland on Friday where he spoke alongside Polish President Andrzej Duda.

Since February 24, Russia has been carrying out its military offensive in Ukraine. The toll of human losses is difficult to establish and those who remain sometimes have to deal with the bombs that fall on their neighborhood. A report by Marie-Eve Bédard.

It was on February 24 that Russia launched its military offensive in Ukraine. The toll of human losses is difficult to establish and those who remain sometimes have to live with the bombs that fall on their neighborhood. A report by Marie-Eve Bédard.

In Ukraine, President Volodymyr Zelensky says he is ready to make certain concessions to end the war. He asked Vladimir Putin to sit down and chat with him. We are talking about it with our special correspondent Marie-Eve Bédard, who is in kyiv.

In Ukraine, President Volodymyr Zelensky says he is ready to make certain concessions to end the war. He asked Vladimir Putin to sit at a table with him. We talk about it with our special correspondent Marie-Eve Bédard who is in kyiv.

The Russian army continues to strike civilian targets on the 26th day of its invasion of Ukraine. A shopping center in kyiv was visited: many deaths are to be deplored. The advance of Russian forces around the capital seems frozen, but the shelling has intensified for 24 hours. This tactic sows terror while Ukrainians resist by continuing to exercise their profession on the spot. A report by our special correspondent Marie-Eve Bédard.

A priest prays at the ruins of the Retroville Mall, where rescuers continue to search for victims among the rubble, March 21, 2022.

Three and a half million people have already left the country, but many more are returning. More than 320,000 Ukrainians have chosen to return to defend their country. Among them is MP Lesia Vasylenko, mother of three, seen here crossing the border. Meeting with two other women who returned to Lviv after driving their children out of the country. A report by our correspondent and special correspondent Philippe Leblanc.

It is estimated that more than 1000 people per day arrive by train at Prague Central Station.

In Ukraine, thousands of women are forced to give birth in insecurity and under the din of bombardments. Our special correspondent Philippe Leblanc met a Quebecer living in Ukraine, Laurence Couture Gagnon, who gave birth in the middle of the war in Lviv.

In Ukraine, thousands of women are forced to give birth amid insecurity and the sound of shelling. Our special correspondent Philippe Leblanc met a Quebecer living in Ukraine who gave birth in the middle of the war in Lviv.

In western Ukraine, near Poland, the city of refuge of Lviv was attacked. Our special correspondent Philippe Leblanc is there.

In western Ukraine, near Poland, the safe haven city of Lviv has been attacked. Our special correspondent Philippe Leblanc is there.

In Russia, it was time for patriotism to mark the eighth anniversary of the annexation of Crimea. A large rally took place in Moscow, where Vladimir Putin addressed a cheering crowd. He took the opportunity to praise his military operation in Ukraine and to promise a Russian victory. The report by our correspondent in Russia, Tamara Alteresco, who is in Riga, Latvia.

In Russia, it was time for patriotism to mark the 8th anniversary of the annexation of Crimea. A large rally was taking place in Moscow, where Vladimir Putin addressed a cheering crowd. He took the opportunity to praise his military operation in Ukraine and promise a Russian victory. The report of our correspondent in Russia, Tamara Alteresco, who is in Riga, Latvia.

Far from the bombardments, it was time for celebration on Friday at the Olympic Stadium in Moscow. In front of thousands of people and a sea of ​​Russian flags, Vladimir Putin gave a speech to praise the work of his soldiers engaged in Ukraine. Details from our correspondent Tamara Alteresco.

Far from the bombardments, it was time for celebration at the Olympic Stadium in Moscow. In front of thousands of people and a sea of ​​Russian flags, Vladimir Putin gave a speech to praise the work of his soldiers engaged in Ukraine. Details from our correspondent Tamara Alteresco.

In Ukraine, the city of Lviv was hit by missiles on Friday morning. A thick column of smoke was visible above the airport. Our special correspondent Philippe Leblanc, who is on site, gives us more details.

A plume of smoke rises in the sky over Lviv on March 18, 2022. An aircraft repair factory near the airport was bombed by the Russian military.

At the border with Poland, where most of the refugees are, Yanik Dumont Baron meets volunteer Dr. Julien Auger, from Saint-Jérôme Hospital.

At the Polish border, where most of the refugees are, our special correspondent Yanik Dumont-Baron meets the volunteer Dr. Julien Auger, from Saint-Jérôme Hospital.

In Hungary, outgoing Prime Minister Viktor Orban, a populist conservative, is seeking a fourth term in a row. Will the Hungarians, deeply divided, make him pay for his links with Moscow? A report by Raphaël Bouvier-Auclair.

Viktor Orban's adversaries criticize his closeness to Vladimir Putin.

In Latvia, on the Russian border, some Russians are fleeing to escape Western sanctions. Tamara Alteresco's report.

Report by Tamara Alteresco – It's a 4th week of war that begins in Ukraine. In Latvia, on the border with Russia, some are fleeing to escape Western sanctions.

It has been three weeks since Russia launched its offensive on Ukraine. Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky has issued another plea for help, this time to the US Congress. Moreover, the negotiations are progressing, but the bombardments continue. The report by our correspondent in Washington, Azeb Wolde-Giorghis.

It has been three weeks since Russia launched its offensive on Ukraine. President Volodymyr Zelensky made another plea for help, this time to the US Congress. Moreover, the negotiations are progressing, but the bombardments continue. Report by Azeb Wolde-Giorghis.

After three weeks of war, the territorial defense units set up by the Ukrainian president to support the soldiers at the front are beginning to lack resources, especially vehicles. A company in Riga, Latvia, therefore mobilized to provide them. This initiative adds to the efforts made in this small Baltic country, which also fears its Russian neighbor. The report by our correspondent Tamara Alteresco.

After three weeks of war, the territorial defense units set up by the Ukrainian president to assist the military at the front are beginning to lack resources, especially vehicles. A company in Riga, Latvia, therefore mobilized to supply them. This initiative adds to the efforts made in this small Baltic country, which also fears its Russian neighbor. Report by Tamara Alteresco.

Thousands of Ukrainian refugees continue to flee their country to Poland. Three weeks after the start of the war, humanitarian aid is better organized thanks to the efficiency of the Poles. Our special correspondent in Warsaw, Yanik Dumont Baron.

Thousands of Ukrainians continue to flee their country every day. They are more than 3 million so far. But in all the horror of this war, there is still humanity. That of residents of neighboring countries who welcome Ukrainians with open arms, as in Poland, where more than half of the refugees are. Report by Yanik Dumont Baron.

Marina Ovsyannikova, the director who dared to protest live on Russian state television against the war in Ukraine and Kremlin propaganda, has finally been released. But his very courageous gesture could earn him up to 15 years in prison. The report by our correspondent Tamara Alteresco.

Marina Osiannikova, Russian journalist who openly criticized the invasion of Ukraine, leaving the district courthouse Ostankinsky in Moscow, the day after he appeared on a television set at prime time.

The Russians are also suffering from the consequences of the war in Ukraine because of international sanctions. For three weeks, we have been witnessing an exodus from large companies, in addition to shelves that are empty and people who lose their jobs. Report by Tamara Alteresco.

The Russians are also suffering the consequences of the war in Ukraine, because of international sanctions. For three weeks, we have been witnessing an exodus from large companies, in addition to shelves that are empty and people who lose their jobs. The report by our correspondent Tamara Alteresco.

Until this weekend, western Ukraine had been relatively spared. In Lviv, warning sirens have been sounding for a few days and citizens are running to take refuge in forgotten underground shelters. Our special correspondent Philippe Leblanc went to visit one of the oldest shelters in Lviv.

150-year-old tunnels are reopened for shelter from shelling.

Of the 2.8 million Ukrainians who have left their country since the start of the war, 300,000 of them have gone to Moldova, one of the poorest countries in Europe. This former Soviet republic fears becoming Vladimir Putin's next target. The report by Raphaël Bouvier-Auclair.

Of the 2.8 million Ukrainians who have left their country since the start of the war, 300,000 of them have gone to Moldova, one of the poorest countries in Europe. This former Soviet republic fears becoming Vladimir Putin's next target. Reporting by Raphael Bouvier-Auclair.

Russian protesters who oppose the war in Ukraine have faced heavy prison sentences and fines since the passage of a law that prohibits the dissemination of information that goes against the Kremlin's propaganda on the war. To regain their freedom of speech, many Russians go into exile in Latvia. Reporting by Tamara Alteresco.

Demonstrations against the offensive in Ukraine were again violently repressed in around 30 cities in Russia. More than 800 people were reportedly arrested. Protesters have faced heavy prison sentences and fines since the adoption of a law that prohibits the dissemination of information that goes against the Kremlin's propaganda on the war. To regain their freedom of speech, many Russians go into exile in Latvia. Reporting by Tamara Alteresco

Shelling just 20 kilometers from the border with Poland, a Ukrainian military base that serves as a NATO training camp was destroyed by dozens of Russian missiles, a death toll of 35 and a hundred wounded: this is the first time that the Russians have fired so close to Lviv, a transit city for hundreds of thousands of Ukrainian refugees. Report by our special correspondent, Philippe Leblanc.

Shelling just 20 kilometers from the border with Poland, a Ukrainian military base that serves as a NATO training camp was destroyed by dozens of Russian missiles, a death toll of 35 and around 100 wounded: c t is the first time that the Russians have fired so close to Lviv, a transit city for hundreds of thousands of Ukrainian refugees. Report by our special correspondent, Philippe Leblanc.

Moldova, a small country neighboring Ukraine that is not part of NATO or NATO European Union, hosts its share of refugees and fears the approach of Russian forces. The report by Raphaël Bouvier-Auclair

Moldova, a small country neighboring Ukraine that is neither a member of NATO nor the European Union, hosts its share of refugees and feared the approach of Russian forces. The report by Raphaël Bouvier-Auclair

As Ukrainian civilians struggle to survive, journalists covering this conflict must fight disinformation and propaganda. In order to help and protect them, Reporters Without Borders has set up a press freedom center in Lviv. Report by Philippe Leblanc.

Working as a journalist in a conflict zone is never easy, especially not for Ukrainian reporters, who have had no choice but to learn on the job. The report by Philippe Leblanc

Vladimir Putin is expanding his offensive into Ukraine, where new cities have been bombed for the first time. This is the case of Lutsk, in the west, and Dnipro, in the center. Volodymyr Zelensky once again accused Moscow of preventing the evacuation of civilians. Only 7,000 of them were able to be evacuated on Friday, which is significantly fewer than in the past few days. The report by Anyck Béraud.

Vladimir Putin is expanding his offensive into Ukraine, where new cities have been bombed for the first time. This is the case of Lutsk, in the west, and Dnipro, in the center. Volodymyr Zelensky once again accused Moscow of preventing the evacuation of civilians. Only 7,000 of them were able to be evacuated on Friday, which is significantly less than in recent days. The report by Anyck Béraud.

The spreading and intensifying war in Ukraine does not deter thousands of foreigners, including Canadians , to go there to fight. Our special correspondent in Lviv, Philippe Leblanc, met one.

The Russian army is expanding its offensive against Ukraine. New towns to the west were hit today. Moreover, it is the escalation of sanctions, words and threats. Some fear the use of chemical weapons by the Russians, which does not discourage thousands of foreigners, including Canadians, from going to Ukraine to fight. Our special correspondent in Lviv, Philippe Leblanc, met one.

U.S. Vice President Kamala Harris met Justin Trudeau in Poland to discuss sanctions and help for Ukrainians. It is Poland that has taken in the majority of the 2.3 million refugees so far. Ottawa would like to do its part, but the process is complex. The Prime Minister therefore announced $117 million to expedite the processing of applications for those wishing to come to Canada. Laurence Martin's report.

US Vice President Kamala Harris met Justin Trudeau in Poland to discuss sanctions and help for Ukrainians. Poland has taken in the majority of the 2.3 million refugees so far. Ottawa would like to do its part, but the process is complex. The Prime Minister therefore announced $117 million to expedite the processing of applications for those wishing to come to Canada. Laurence Martin's report.

Ukrainians continue to flee en masse from the combat zones. In total, nearly 2.2 million people have left the country since the start of the invasion. There are more than a million children among them, according to UNICEF. Romania is one of the countries that shares a border with Ukraine and has opened its doors to them. The report by our special correspondent Raphaël Bouvier-Auclair.

Of course, Ukrainians continue to flee en masse from the combat zones. In recent days, the humanitarian corridors have made it possible to evacuate 48,000 people, according to a close friend of Volodymyr Zelensky. In total, almost 2,200,000 refugees have left the country since the start of the invasion. There would be among them more than a million children, according to UNICEF. Romania is one of the countries that shares a border with Ukraine and has opened its doors to them. Report by Raphaël Bouvier-Auclair.

More than 2 million fleeing civilians have found refuge abroad, especially in Poland, but also in other neighboring countries such as Hungary and Romania. But in a country like Romania, having access to essential products can sometimes be a challenge. A report by our correspondent in Romania Raphaël Bouvier-Auclair.

These are heartbreaking images that we have seen since the start of the Russian invasion of Ukraine. Fleeing civilians who leave everything behind to save their lives. They are more than 2 million to have found refuge abroad, especially in Poland, but also in other neighboring countries such as Hungary and Romania. But in a country like Romania, one of the poorest in Europe, having access to essential products can sometimes be a challenge. A report by our correspondent in Romania Raphaël Bouvier-Auclair.

Millions of Ukrainians are trying to flee Russian bombardments. Many civilians are heading to western Ukraine, particularly to Lviv, near the Polish border, where our special envoy, Philippe Leblanc, is located.

Millions of Ukrainians try to flee the Russian bombardments. Many civilians are heading to western Ukraine, particularly to Lviv, near the Polish border, where our special envoy, Philippe Leblanc, is located.

To resist, l& #x27;Ukraine relies on volunteers who have often never handled weapons in their lives. The report by Marie-Eve Bédard.

To resist, Ukraine relies on volunteers who have often never handled weapons in their lives. Reporting by Marie-Eve Bédard.

Emmanuel Macron spoke with Vladimir Poutine for the third time in a week. The Russian president would have told him of his determination to continue his offensive to the end. The report by our correspondent in Russia Tamara Alteresco.

Emmanuel Macron spoke with Vladimir Putin for the third time in a week. The Russian president would have told him of his determination to continue his offensive to the end. Tamara Alteresco's report.

Russia's violence is scaring traditionally neutral Finns who have taken a stand against the war in Ukraine. The country is even considering applying for NATO membership. A report by our special correspondent Raphaël Bouvier Auclair.

Russia's violence scares traditionally neutral Finns who have took a stand against the war in Ukraine. The country is even considering applying for NATO membership. A report by Raphaël Bouvier Auclair.

Shelling of civilian areas continues. Moscow and Kyiv have agreed to set up humanitarian corridors to evacuate civilians. The report by Marie-Eve Bédard.

Shelling of civilian areas continues. Moscow and kyiv have agreed to set up humanitarian corridors to evacuate civilians. Marie-Eve Bédard's report.

Ukrainians continue to be attacked by Russian forces. A first city fell into the hands of the Russians, the port city of Kherson. Vladimir Putin's troops have stepped up their attacks on major Ukrainian cities. The report by Marie-Eve Bédard.

Ukrainians continue to be attacked by Russian forces this evening. A first city fell into the hands of the Russians, the port city of Kherson. Vladimir Putin's troops have stepped up their attacks on major Ukrainian cities. The report by Marie-Eve Bédard.

The invasion in Ukraine continues to be widely denounced every day by demonstrators in Russia, even if they are awaited firmly by the police. Many citizens oppose this war, so much so that they decide to flee the country. Report by Tamara Alteresco.

Russian police have arrested a protester in Moscow who opposes the invasion of Ukraine, Thursday evening.

Sixth day of the Russian offensive which begins. So far, the country is holding its ground. The blitzkrieg that President Putin hoped for has not worked. The Ukrainians see the damage so far and take the opportunity to refuel a little. The report by Marie-Ève ​​Bédard.

Sixth day of the Russian offensive which begins. So far, the country is holding up. The blitzkrieg that President Putin hoped for has not worked. The Ukrainians see the damage so far and take the opportunity to refuel a little. Marie-Ève ​​Bédard reports.

Russia and Ukraine have held their first talks since the invasion launched by Moscow five days ago. We discuss it with our correspondent in Russia Tamara Alteresco.

Russia and Ukraine held their first talks since Moscow launched an invasion five days ago. We discuss it with our correspondent in Russia Tamara Alteresco.

Faced with the threat, tens of thousands of Ukrainian women and children fled to neighboring countries. A “save who can” to which men are not entitled. With the establishment of general mobilization, they must stay, arm themselves and fight the Russians. This commitment is considered a duty for many of them. Report by Marie-Eve Bédard.

This is another night of bombs in Kyiv. According to the Ukrainian president, the Russians will try to seize the capital in the next few hours. Faced with the threat, tens of thousands of women and children fled to neighboring countries. A ''save who can'' to which men are not entitled. With the establishment of general mobilization, they must remain armed and fight the Russians. This commitment is considered a duty for many of them. Report by Marie-Eve Bédard

Russian reinforcements continue to arrive in eastern Ukraine from Russia. The Belgorod region has become one of the main crossing points between the two countries. Columns of tanks, a source of anxiety for the population who may have relatives on both sides of the border. Report by Tamara Alteresco.

Russian reinforcements continue to arrive in eastern Ukraine from Russia. The Belgorod region has become one of the main crossing points between the two countries. Columns of tanks, a source of anxiety for the population who may have relatives on both sides of the border. Reporting by Tamara Alteresco

Immediately after the announcement of a military intervention in Ukraine by President Vladimir Putin, Russian soldiers attacked Ukrainian military infrastructure during the night of Wednesday to Thursday.

Patrice Roy interviews Marie-Eve Bédard and Tamara Alteresco , which are on both sides of the border between Ukraine and Russia.

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