Ukraine under Attack: Russian troops to take control on Kyiv, just 32 Kms away

Night curfew was imposed in the capital Kyiv on Thursday from 10 pm to 7 am.

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Russia's attacks on Ukraine continue for the second day in a row on Friday. Officials warn that Kyiv will be seized this weekend.

A total of 11 airfields, three command posts, a Ukrainian naval base, and 18 radar stations of the S-300 and Buk-M1 air defence missile systems were among the facilities destroyed, the Russian Defence Ministry said on Thursday.

People have been hiding in houses, subways, underground shelters since night. From food and drink to daily necessities, there is a shortage.

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky has claimed that Russian forces have entered the capital. Russian tanks are just 32 km from here. The Ukrainian army has blown away their three bridges to stop Russian troops.

A former senior US intelligence officer told Newsweek: 'After the air and artillery end and the ground war really starts, I think Kyiv falls in just a few days.

So far 137 people have been killed in the Russian attack, while 316 are injured. 1.700 people have been detained to Russia for protesting against them. French President Emmanuel Macron calls Russian President Vladimir Putin. Earlier, the heads of state of India, Pakistan, and Iran have spoken to Putin.

Night curfew was imposed in the capital Kyiv on Thursday from 10 pm to 7 am.  Ukraine's Defense Minister has claimed that Ukrainian forces have destroyed 7 Russian aircraft, 6 helicopters, 30 tanks. Ukraine has claimed that its forces have killed more than 800 Russian soldiers. 30 Russian tanks and 7 spy aircraft have also been destroyed.

Meanwhile, the Indian government is trying to evacuate stranded Indians. They have issued helpline numbers to help the students and families living in Ukraine.