A man enters the hospital in despair with the injured baby in his arms, while the baby’s mother follows him behind with tears.
Doctors tried to speed up the 18-month-old boy named Kirill, but could do nothing.
These scenes are repeated over and over in Mariupol. A few days ago, a mother showed up with her injured 6-year-old daughter.
Doctors tried several times to keep him alive, but to no avail.
One of the doctors, while addressing the AP reporter, has a message: Tell these to Putin.
Mothers who shelter their babies in makeshift basements.
A father kneeling in grief over the death of his teenage son from a grenade thrown in the schoolyard.
These scenes accompany Mariupol Hospital in southern Ukraine.
The gruesome footage was photographed by Associated Press reporters.
The port city where the battle between Russian and Ukrainian forces has been taking place for several days is going through dark days.
Without telephone service, without food and lack of water, doctors do not know where to find them first.
For a short time Russia stated that it would allow the evacuation of civilians from Mariupol and Volnovakha.
Ukraine and Russia had agreed to allow the creation of humanitarian corridors for 5 hours from 12:00 to 17:00.
But everything seems to have ended too soon after Ukraine blamed Moscow for not respecting the agreement.
After that, Kiev canceled the plan to evacuate more than 200 thousand civilians from Mariupol and Volnavokha after these developments.