Mariupol: four reasons why the city is so important for Russia

They bombarded Mariupol with artillery, rockets and shells, damaging or destroying more than 90% of the city. They also cut off access to electricity, heating, fresh water, food and medicine, resulting in a man-made humanitarian disaster that Moscow now blames Ukraine for refusing to surrender by the 05:00 Monday deadline. The Ukrainian MP accused Russia of “an attempt to starve Mariupol to make it surrender.”

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