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i will have the day's top stories, more than 20 people dead after a massive explosion there in havana hotel. welcome to the show, it is 8:00 a.m. here in ukraine. we begin our coverage in mariupol and the evacuation on friday. 50 civilians from that besieged azovstal steel factory. two buses set to be carried those civilians, under russian military escort. not known where they are being taken nor how many remained at the plant. >> as you see there, the site has been bombardment from russian tanks, artillery and as well as aircraft. president zelenskyy says he's
negotiating negotiations, some 600 are still inside. have a listen. >> we are working on diplomatic options to save our military to remain in azovstal. influential mediators are involved. >> monday markets victory day for russia, what russia calls the great patriotic war. russian flag flies above a city's hospital and road signs have been changed to russian. an adviser to mariupol's mayor, soviet statues are popping out across the city and satellite images of mariupol bombed. hundreds of people were sheltering inside when it was hit by a russian bomb if you remember back in march. for the latest on the dicey situation in mariupol. here is our sarah sidner.
>> reporter: a ukrainian soldier in shock silence, his arm shredded and burned. another victim in the bloody battle from mariupol. >> the video of terrible reminder of those who have relatives still fighting there, olga has a husband in ukrainian army in mariupol and her brother is there as well. it is so painful for me. people just can't be silent about the horror that's happening there. they don't have days there. they are counting the minutes. anna says she fears for her brother who's deteriorating physically as he fights the russians inside the plant. he's very skinny, he's exhausted and his eyes have black bags. he's in horrible condition but that's just physically. mentally, he's unbelievably strong. they are all so motivated to tear the russians apart. russia is attacking from the ground and the sky.
the devastation immeasurable. under heavy fire, hundreds of si s civilians still stuck under the steel plant. russia is relentlessly bombing the place even after a promise of a cease-fire to allow those trapped civilians to escape. >> once again the russians violated the promise of the truce and did not allow evacuations to civilians who continue to hide in the basement of the plant. >> reporter: a third rescue attempt gotten underway, adding to nearly 500 people free. 21-year-old nicole was able to escape mariupol. picture of her formally happy life there now devastates her. this is practically suicide.
if i do, my heart shatters and i don't understand how or why at some point. a russian soldier says talks are useless for a cease-fire. the war for his mind had been ongoing for eight years. since the russians invaded and occupied crimea, terror washes over another place and the bombs continue to fall. sarah sidner, cnn, kyiv. >> with us from new york to discuss the battlefield in ukraine is retired u.s. army mike leon. thank you very much for joining us. as we have been hear rging now weeks that russia is desperate ahead of the may 9th victory day. one official said to me this could be mariupol or's l what'st of it, maybe?
>> how could it play out in your view? >> it could give russia a victory and facing it eastward and vladimir putin telling its population from a propaganda perspective that they gained this town. it is so important for them. s the intersection and roads come from crimea and the donbas region. that's why it is so important for them. they're not going to take the steel factory by monday. that won't count. maybe they won't put it out. they'll likely try to have a parade and do what they can. it will declare victory ev eventhough we know it is not the case. >> in terms of sicivilians stil inside the plant and soldiers inside, what will happen to them? will they leave them in there like putin says no flights can go in. what's your view regards to
azo azovstal. it is really no telling what would happen. let's be smart and see what happens if they can do that. there are applies of 7 layers deep. a lot of tunnel assistance there. they have done a tremendous job right now and let's hope they can hang on a few days or weeks longer before they could get out of there. >> yeah, while the diplomatic push clearly as we have from president zelenskyy as he tries to find a way out. >> we heard major intensity as well as shelling and particularly odesa. do you they they are capable of over taking anything from this city as we look to the key date? >> i am really concerned of odesa. that's the last jewel they'll try to take along that coastline
the the black sea. if they do, they landlock ukraine. i think it is a push because they don't have enough forces. they have not been able to secure the eastern part of the donbas right now. what they'll do is continue to throw crude missiles and they'll try to destroy it like they have done in ukraine city. the ukraine's, that's going to be important strategically for the ukrainian military to hold onto. >> let's talk about the military hardware arriving in the country. i have been speaking to two former u.s. marines as well as a retired sergeant. who's been on the front line in the east. they were here a couple of days ago in lviv and now making their way back to the front lines. they have been telling me in
their own experience, the ukrainian forces are in eq equipped. have a listen of this little clip. >> where is pbiden's health? >> there is nato's health. >> this is tleer experience. what do you say to this? the weaponry are not getting through. i have to tell you, this is not the first i am i am hearing this. >> i want to know where they were on the front lines. >> it is 400 miles from where the passworder is equivalent and his equipment have got to get to. the russians the likely interacted some of that with rail. the lighter weapons you gotten through the javelins or so probably going to be more.
>> there is one thing that the ukraine military good at is operational security. . that tells me where the y universities are. >> there is not a prior for ukraine's military perspective. >> so, i think part of that is the strecret activity the w way -- the intel we provided, has been suburbs. part of it, those electoral colleges have really in the wrong place and at the wrong time right now. >> they're not too far at the museums.
but likely for you to foint it out. >> i think that's very important for us to note. >> lick you sinted out, prooid how much will this move on the needle of the battleground? >> this is really symbolic. it is going to be in line of what the russians are doing on may 9th. the $20 billion he's trying to get through congress is really the signal to russia and the rest of the world that strategic weapon would be coming. >> artillery rep upons and a in additions will be all clear and. what's been delivered so far has been tremendous. the pentagon had done a terrific job. you got jeremy now. and this is more like back to russia saying we'll continue to support ukraine in light of what
you are going to do on may 9th. >> i am busy, as we look to may 9th, what's the risk for generals here? >> we saw the john mayer kyiv, talk about everyone is in bunkers. that's going to be okay right-hand turn we got to see exactly what he does. >> does he mobilize s double down and try toing to bring some -- you don't know it until monday but it is an important day. >> let's hope he creates some kind of victory tims. in he's endanger of losing it. >> the ukrainian military is destroying it. >> always dpraet to have you on the show. thank you very much, major. >> you will be able to see that
full report with tit. the u.n. security councilman natchl council managed to be on the same page. the countdcil has been able to anything to stop the war. >> i will be back. in the meantime, coming up next, two dozens people of a massive explosions ripped in the hotel, cuba. we have the latest from havana, next. me they don't beat me♪ ♪ ♪ ♪he'd better not take the ring from me.♪
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the explosion in cuba. dozens of others including children. here is one witness describing the event. >> reporter: you can see people shouting and dusting them. it was like a whole of them. rescue workers combing into the rubble searching for more survivors. some people could be trapped in the basement. emanuel macron hours away from being fully inaugurated. he'll take place at the palace in paris. he's be rec nognized as the dprd master and deliver a speech, of course. >> marine la pen becoming the first french president in 20
years to win reelection. boris johnson acknowledging exte conse conservative extensive the. there is not a question that many british workers have not been happy. >> it is a breezy day for boris johnson. >> as results trickling in all akrs across the u.k. >> most notably, party games and the prime minister loss is in charge part of the opposition leaders gained winning over 200 se seats so far. he'll be looking into whether or not he'll break covid-1919 rules
in april 20201. >> this could project many political problems iced on the sip si thelic sthis is michelle take the role of, this island was closer than ever with you know occasion for the republic of the island. >> we'll within the constitutional change on the iron and it is my absolutely determination that change would be entirely species fall and em cat i can and tore ily so. we have been saying to the government and indeed in london. that's the preparation for constitutional change and i needs to begin now. >> this would be no pries the
for and burr rig here head in the sun. we node to be alive that the change is underway. >> immense economic and some and i really want us to grasp those opportunities and for everybody who calls to benefit from that change. >> rather this is a historic night in northern island. it is potentially a decisive one for both johnsons. this puts him in political danger. >> if he could capitalize that suck see success. >> bianca, cnn, london.
sri lanka's president is declaring a state of emergency, following a month of ant eye numb. >> parliament we'll have 14 days to aapprove the pressure. >> the financial reserves, close to empathy and has appeal to the international manemergency fund. >> with costs rising and other necessities are skyrocketing. >> all across -- >> strategic lockdowns are creating a mental crisis as high na doubles down on its zero covid policy. >> as selena wang reports the water is becoming too much for this many residents who had to live through it.
>> reporter: desperate to break free. >> one residents pushed to the frolic. >> during the world's strictest lack down, no matter wanting to live. >> we ndo not know what strig l -- protests erupted and residents avalanching the police, as the day drags on, hopeless less arians it. >> amount of papt have gone vir viral. the lockdown sparked lodgistic cal kay gos.
>> leaving jerez densities struggling to get food and medicare. >> most hospitals extremely abdominal pain. >> his father was later found outside his building in a pool of blood. he said his father had jumped from his apartment window, he said his father left a suicide note that says i am saying good-bye to my friend and family because i can't stand the pain. cnn has been unable to independent verify the authenticity of the story. >> the sort has issued of denying. >> this is chinese most after kplunt cii would never expected they would be fighting for survival. >> i have not been eating for about a week. at the end of that week, i
was -- >> it hurts. it was not fair. >> at least 24 million people are impacted by this lockdown. >> china leaders are doubling down on this covid policies. >> calling it a slow weapon. >> even at the harsh measure, that marsh is used down the line. this is just in, north korea has fired five project times into the war of the east coast peninsula. >> that's crawford to south police. cedar point chief of staff. this news just comes into us. we'll have more information as it becomes available. >> michael holmes.
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on getting more civilians out. >> this is satellite images showings showing russia is sk-- >> russia has denied who's ponl. >> the kremlins is planning to showcase its military power. >> cnn's matthew chance has more on the situation. >> 19 times on the kabul. >> the red square. >> russia's military is plotting her next step. >> every anti, the i am looking
forward to its grand scale. we'll show the power and strengths of our country he says. >> these are the latest brutal i am maejs from ukraine where russia is continuing what it calls special military operation. the kremlin says this is also a fight against them, it is being drilled into russians. >> their country's soldiers are jet again . every year i go to this rehe rehearsal, i think this year is
more special because of the special military operations hatching in ukraine. >> today i wave the flag to support our army. i hope it will end soon he'll ask. >> a pint as to where, this is what victory day is meant to look like. the rush seines millions of. >> the water to spoes the national crime had never been lost on the creme lis's lead. >> whose victory day parade have a year, russia's researchers as a military power. this speculation this year's parade will form the backdrop for a major announcement on
ukraine. >> tit still parks russia's pas. what the kremlin really wants, celebrate that is victory. >> r. fascinating piece. tune in for monday for our live coverage. >> the parade is expected to get underway at 10:00 a.m. i will be here with the latest on that day. >> even though government around the world warned their citizens traveling to ukraine to fight. some foreign nationals decided to go anyway. >> i spoke with two u.s. marines and a cada men.
>> i saw on the news of the atrocities that the russians were committing, that's the reason why i came. >> the two americans who prefer we identify them by their nicknames, tell me from their experiences, the ukrainian s forces had been fighting along the front side on the front line. >> specifically nato as well as arti artillery. eve anything like that is nowhere on the front. >> dogs hurtado this video film
shows the challenging to rain. >> it is just feels as far as i can see. >> with nothing but open ground and next to zero, the battleground without the right equipment can be deadly. >> the normal kad dan it is. you basically have to be a tank or an artillery or air kraf ricraftaircraft. equipment thoo that he has u.s. ma veseen, they have not seen.
much so, they are are being tased to us. >> good will transport. wher the u.s. was trans fear fering it to ukrainian's hands and not dictating how fast they'll get to the front line or what unit gets them. these firefighters have one glimt of one front line. >> they ukraine military remained desperately out gunned. >> both part is one side has nothing and it is doing everything acan and the other side has everything and they're too aroid to do sanything with that. >> diets the challengkpaj kpajs
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