. Survivors Emerge From a Bombed Theater, but Ukraine’s Suffering Grows « JO LEE MAGAZINE

NY TIMES – A day after a Russian strike reduced to rubble a theater in southern Ukraine where hundreds of people had been huddling for shelter, rescuers wading through the debris — even as Russian shells kept falling — began pulling out survivors one by one. “Adults and children are emerging from there alive,” Ukraine’s human rights ombudsman, Lyudmila Denisova, reported early Thursday as the rescue effort continued at the Drama Theater in Mariupol, a southern port city under siege by Russian forces. But information was scarce from the desperate city, which has been squarely in Moscow’s cross hairs since the invasion began three weeks ago.

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