Russia-Ukraine War: More than 900 civilian bodies found in Kyiv region

Mariupol warns Russia is preparing to shut down city to ‘filter’ all men for forced service, labor
Advisor to the Mariupol city mayor warned Saturday that Russian troops are preparing to shut down the city by April 18 and will “filter” all men for forced service, labor or “isolation.”

“Occupiers report that on Monday they will not only finally close all entries and exits to the city for everyone, but will institute a ban on movement across all neighborhoods for a week. During this time, 100% of the city’s remaining male population will be “filtered’,” Petro Andriushchenko said in a Telegram post translated by Ukrainian news outlet Ukrayinska Pravda.

Russia attempting to circle Ukrainian troops around eastern ‘line of contact’: Lt. Col. Davis
Ret. Lt. Col. Daniel Davis says Ukraine needs more mobile weapons from the U.S. for future counter attacks.

Ukrainian commander: Russia is ‘spreading terrorism’ worldwide

Commander of Georgian Legion in Ukraine Mamuka Mamulashvili joins ‘Fox News Live’ to discuss fighting against Russia amid the invasion.

Russian deputy commander killed in combat in Ukraine
Russian authorities confirmed the death of Maj. Gen. Vladimir Frolov, who served as deputy commander of the 8th Army.

Russian news outlet Govoritmoskva – one of the most popular digital radio stations in Russia – reported that Frolov was laid to rest at the Serafimovsky cemetery.

“General Frolov is a hereditary military man,” said city governor Alexander Beglov. “A true patriot, a brave and brave man, he honestly and to the end fulfilled his military and human duty.”

Govoritmoskva reported his death as part of a “Russian military special operation” in Ukraine.

Russian deputy commander killed in combat in Ukraine
Russian authorities confirmed the death of Maj. Gen. Vladimir Frolov, who served as deputy commander of the 8th Army.

Russian news outlet Govoritmoskva – one of the most popular digital radio stations in Russia – reported that Frolov was laid to rest at the Serafimovsky cemetery.

“General Frolov is a hereditary military man,” said city governor Alexander Beglov. “A true patriot, a brave and brave man, he honestly and to the end fulfilled his military and human duty.”

Govoritmoskva reported his death as part of a “Russian military special operation” in Ukraine.

Missile strike hits World Central Kitchen in Kharkiv
A missile strike in Kharkiv hit the World Central Kitchen charity restaurant, wounding four staff members and devastating the charity’s building.

Nate Mook, CEO of the charity, tweeted out a video of the carnage, claiming that he had visited the team in Kharkiv only one day earlier.

“This is the reality now for so many in Kharkiv,” Mook said, adding that “cooking is an immense act of bravery.”

The WCK dispatches teams to areas suffering humanitarian crises to help provide food to those most in need.

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