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Reports: At Least 21 People Killed & 112 Wounded Following Shelling In Kharkiv, Ukraine

File image: Volodymyr Zelenskyy via @ZelenskyyUa/Twitter

Moscow urges residents in Kyiv to flee, noting strikes of key security & communication services to come

At least 21 people have reportedly been killed and 112 wounded, following Russian shelling in the eastern Ukrainian city of Kharkiv.

The regional governor says homes were among the buildings hit.

Moscow is urging residents in Ukraine's capital of Kyiv to flee - saying it'll strike key security and communication services.

Convoys of Russian armoured vehicles are edging closer to key Ukrainian cities - as the conflict enters its seventh day.

President of Ukraine, Volodymyr Zelenskyy has been widely praised by world leaders for how he is handling the invasion.

But tired looking and unshaven, Zelenskyy has told reporters it is his life now:

Dublin protest

A number of Ukrainians are protesting outside Meta's headquarters in Dublin calling for Russian state-backed accounts to be removed.

The small crowd want the owners of Facebook and Instagram to take down any profiles spreading misinformation about the invasion.

The demonstrators will head to Google's offices shortly asking the tech giant to do the same.

Alex and Artem, who are both from Ukraine and are now living in Ireland, say online propaganda has to be removed:

A peace vigil will also be held in the capital this evening in solidarity with people who're suffering in Ukraine.

Lord Mayor of Dublin Alison Gilliland, says anyone who wants to show their support can attend:

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