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bc n ig ht ly n ew>>s" ann bc n ig htwilyth n lewess"te rt >> > e ve ni ng with l i'm kristen welker in >> > go odto eniveghnit ngfo, s n we lk erth ie n war in u ne is reaching a barbaric the war in ukraine is ac hi ng ane bw arlebaveril c n fo a re n ow j us t new le ten miles from kyiv's forces are now just city c en a s th e ten miv's death toll mounts, city center, as the top diplomat s ll mounts. russia and ukraine top diplomats from held urgent talks bu ia nd u kr aifaneil ed to reach a breakthr ou failed to reach a breakthrough. an t he w ak e of and that devas ti ng a irth at devastating air strike on a maternity hospital, ukraine's ilmadrt d ch il dr en 's presid hospit al ra in e' s russiad three people including a pr6-esyeidaren-ot ldsa cyi. and now the u.s. am ss ad or truo ssthiae n u.bon. is accusing russia of three people, committing war crimes. is on udviinceg pa re6-siyd hi gh s tachkeils d. trip to poland in the and no w u. s. midst hat co nt roamvebarsssy ador to th. cc us in g ru ss iawh oetf he . committing war crimes. harris warning the vice president harris u.s. will defend every inch of nato is on a high stakes wh e in u krtraiipne t o poland toni t, t he smiitdsuat tiofon tha e. controversy over wh et he r to swienthd mpoah jets to ukraine. ha rrofis f wooard,ni rngicd w il l de fe nd estvearry inch of na to aine. while in ukraine tonight, the situation ha co me d ir e. >> rep with many running out
of food. direct negotia on s richard engel starts tw ee n ukourar incoe veanrad uk ra inrue.ssia in turkey >> reporter: the di re ct n eg ot iawetinton ns between ukraine and rus ssfoiare iign n turkey toy went n re ukraine's foreig n is deman ng t he minister saying russia is deman di he governurmerentnd surrender and hi s anrud sshiias n rusa co rp ar t de ni ed his country even i ed ed uk ra in e,uk iransinise,ti s it's merely carrying out li mi te d itmi'sli mtaerryely g a li mi ted military action to defend russia russia. he a ls o de ni edhe t ahalst russia bombed a maternity hospital russia bombed a ye st er da y, dmaistemirnssi yewhstater hdae y,ca dllisedn wh at h e pacathlletedic outc path ic o ut crabieous t it and cla about it d c la imukinrag ine staged te whole thing.e stthaginedg. t russia appears t o e liruvissngia i an an living al te rn at iv e realalteitrny no w, d ri venon w,by d orine man, president man, president vladimir putin, who in vladimir putin wh o in a televised address dea cltearleedvi rseusd sial over rcousmesi sa anwictllio noting they're causing ti ng t hesuy'rgrein cg augasi th e suu.rgs.ing gas the u.s. while ukrainians co nt inwhueil te o ukpurata tougher than expecte d fight. tougher than expecte fi gh t.we went to see the we went to see the front line suburb of front li s ub ur b irofpi n, defending e ca pi ta l. th e rucasspiiatansl. contl part of this district. thtrol part of this district. the ukrainians control ot he r pa rtths.e uk other parts. bu t butht e thfre onfrt onlie
isn't straight aren't straight. there are pockets. there are pockets. there are a lot of an do ne d ca rs htherere,e and the soldiers have just been going through looking for a car with keys in it abandoned cars her so me g as the soldiers have been no w itgo'sin tg rathnsropn the streets he re it and som ga s. completely empty now it's transformed, th e bithgge esstt rerisk p te ly e mpthtyat. you turn a cr the biggest risk is an d th er e yoaru e tuthrnea russians there are the ia n ta nk , ru ssruiassn ia apc.ian tank, russian ap c. irpin is largely de se rtiredpi, n whisic lh ea te d op po rt undeitseierts. cr te d op poukrtrauninitiaien s.s ukrainia so ld ie rsar rest five suspect arrest five sp ec te d looters with backpacs full of alcohol. the lo ca yo r looterth backp ks wouldn't stand for it. full of alcohol. the ca l ma yoasr the suspects wee wouldn't ta nd f orta iket.n away i n a bread tr uc k, w e tasakew n thawey scal e ha t ru ss ia is unleashing. scale of what russia is unleashing. nothin g t of nothinort of collective punishment to try to beat uk ra in ia ns i ntcoo llec su bm is sitoon try to be ukrainians into ru ss on ti nu es t o submis ru ssiniasi cston ttihanut es targ et in g ciinvisilistan , no t bo mbtainrgg etciinvign t bombing civilian bu t ju st o n thare eas.t j outskirts of kyiv, you outskirts of kyiv, you can see entire areas can see en re a re asha ve been wiped out have been wiped t and more strikes are more strikes a
happening right no w. ing right now. as plumes of smoke rose i n di st an ce , as plu dr e, w ho h as froamseil iy an dr e,an wd hobu hsiasne fsse s, handed out thermal handed ut t he rmscalop es and radios, sc opboesug ahtnd w ritadh ioo ht w it h pamortne dy oninat e an s. americans. me an wh il e, w e'mereanwh lear ni or e ab ou t the victims of that the victim s ha t russiarike in ir n on s unrudassy.ian strike i irpin sunday three members of a three members of a family killed as t y fa k il le d as they d to e sc ap e thrue ss russian advance. 43-year-old tatiana 43-year-old tatiana parabanise, her pa18ra-ybaeanir-seol, d hesoa and he r ar -o ld 18-yean an daughter alyssa. 9-year-old daughter. tatian a ed f or a tatian a company based in ca li focornia californ . >> she loved her family sh e wa s >>ve sryhe p wroa er kids.ds she gave the al l sh e she gave them all sh co ul d. >> reporter: t i n >> r r: tirodpiayn iwe met irpin 84 -y ea r- ol d va84le-ynteai. with each step, she with each step, she prprayayeded. "d ea r je su s,"d" eashr e je whispers, "let us live wh pe rs , "lthetro uugs h lithve happiness and destroy happiness and destroy putin an d l hi m putin l him fr kr ai ne ." from u >> richard joins us. richard, the u.s.
assessment is ru ss >> richard joins us. could encircle kyiv in two weeks and take the city in six? richard, the u.s. assessment is russia could enc cl e k yi>>v rep iornter: so i th we s ho uld all be prepared for a very bloody conflict. it seems vladimir putin is using the >> reporter: so ex sa me s tr at eg y r us si a em pl oypredepar . itin s seeyrmsia, which is a de ra te , sl ow , using strategy t t ru ss iagr inding a lt o n which is a delib at e, population centers slow, grinding ass lt it could take long er than six weeatks it could tak the de at ll h er e an s could be very high could be very high. >> richard engel re po rt in g to>>ni rghict hm kyiv reporting tonight from ri ch t ha nk kyiv, tyohau nkan d please stay safe an safe. while much of uk ra in>>e > iswh siltie lh st in g, i n on e ukcity th e wa r hares situstrnine, in to a n thoce cuwapar tih. kherson, population kherson, population 300,000, is a southern po rt a nd30 s0,hi00pbuildi er port ship-building center. matt bradley reports on w ha t itma'stt l bikraeh fo rc es i n russian forces in charge. >> reporter: kherson, >>uk rraepinore,te or:ff ker first glimpses of ru ss o cc up at io n. russia's occupation. after two week s, after two ek s, kherson is the first and only major city to fall t ss ia n forces fall to russian forces. last week, its
st w ee k reitsis dents were py pr ot esretisingde antgainst prruotssesiatin ngtr aoogapsi. but that's all ch an ge d.but that's a changed. >> not only do they >> not only do they blockade us from food blockade us from food and medicine and basic and medicine and as ic necessities, but also, necessities, but also they are p re ng t o they aring to imprison t w ho ho disagree, those who ot es t. disagre who protest. >> ep or te r:>> 4 r00ep orter: 400 people were arrested ye stpeeropdaley wacercoe rd military. yester da co rd in g to one bi local resi nt s te llth e ukrainian us, the appearance of mirulisstaiary's national guard. th isth pisar pamaramilita fo rcfoe rcwae s wacrs cre 20 1620 a16nd a and answer di redictrelyct tlyo to p putin. th eyth'reye 'rmoe stmostly de pldeoypledoy iedn in r riot police. no w nothw eyth'reye 're in kh erkhsoern,so sn,up supp di ssdiensst t entht the thth eyth deyo dino r ri. in tinhi tshis vid veoid tr oe protest, russia's version of a police wagon. "the national guard are looking around in apartments," the mayor said. "t he"ty'herey' ere even l for the people who were figinhting against
ru russians in in 201420." th the mayor says they ha veha ovenl oy nlaby abok of fofoo fd ooled ftleft. and locals accuse the ru ssruiassnsia onsf of loo. in this video, ldsoieldrsie arspp appear to pu shpuinshg ina g sha sho cart full of goods from s ato sretore. in ainno athnoerth ver vi person in a military uniforapm peappears to shoot at the door of an ectleroctnironics store. wh enwh ient idot esdoesn' he busts a hole in the glass. the mar yor warned while kh erkhsoern soisn tis the ci tyci ttyo tfao ceface oc cuocpacutipaonti, on, i be tbehe t lheas lt.ast. "t hi"ts hiwas r war isn't be twbeeetwn eerun ssrussie uk raukinrae,in" e,he" he s. "t ha"tt'has t'jus stjust th e thste epsts epfos for. ru ssruiass iias ifis figh right now with europe anthd e thu.e s.u.s." an oancc oupccatupation t ma nyma hnyer he ere say i th e thmae rcmah.rch. ma ttma bttra bdlradley, n ne wsne, wslv, ivlv, iv, u. >> > >>an> d antod tonight u. s.u. as.mb aasmbsaassadoe un itunedit nedat nations russian attacks on civianlis ancos constitute wa r wacrr imcresim.es. wh ilwhe iline pinol pola pr espridesenidt enkat kam ha rrhaisrr sisup spouppors fo r foa r waa r wacrr crim in veinstveigstatigation. peter alexander has mo remo.re. >> r>>ep rorepteorter: to from vice president kama hlaar hriarris on the gr ougrndou indn ipon pol co nccoerncn erann d and co ndcoemndnaemtinaontion,
de nodeunnociunngci tng th on a ukrainian marnteitrny ithoy hospital. >> w>>e whae vehave been wi tnwiestnsiesngsing for an d anced rtceairtnlainly th e thlae stla 2st4 24 ho at roatciroticiesties of un imunagiminagabinable pr opproroptioronti.on. >> r>>ep rorepteorr:ter: on e onofe aofme arimerica diplomats becoming the firsset niseornior u.s. of fiofcifialci talo to a ru ssruiass oiaf of war c. >> t>>he ty hecoy constitr cr imcresim.es >> they constitute war es acks on th ey a re a ttciacviksli oa civilians that cannot be ti fi ed b y an y be-- jus in any way whatsoeve r. in any way whatsoeve >> reporter: though u.s. policy calls for >> reporter: though u. p ol ic y a cathllors oufoghr te rn at ioinnatel rnational in ve st ig at io n,in hvearstr tonight reinforcing tonight reinforcin the u.s.'s commitm en s.'s commitment i ts e uropean al li es allies. >> the united states is pisre pparerepared to ev erevy eriny chinch of no >> the unite d st at es is prepared to defend ev in ch o f na to >> r territory. pr>>es ridepenort tedir:sm t president dismissed any disconnect after th u. s. r ejthece teu.d s. rejec poland's offer to ndhand ovoverer f figighthterer j jeo the u.s. to transfer to u kr aine to ukraine. but ukra e' s but ukraine's pr espridesenidt enant d anto re pu bl icreanpus blarice a de ma g th e je ts be delivered now. delivered now.
>> they're better at ru nn in g >>th teiher y'own. they know what the conditions on the own ground arethey k they're ther e. we're not.the ground are. >> r ep r: t op they'r we' in ig ence officials says t he u .s . be>>li res ukraine is not using all the fi gh je ts it a lrukearadyin he asis that the u.s. is they alr dy h av e,pr aovndiding what u needs most, more anti-aircraft and anti-tank weapons. providing what ukraine to ni th e wh it e needs house says it will not draw a red anti-tank and anti-aircraft weapons. tonight the u.s. that swoay d tr igitge willr nseotnd di american troop r ed to ukraine if ru lin s en di nglaunched a t chemica attack, althou gh to officials here i sfay the us si a u.s. h ot let any ss ia n at ta ck s atgotack unanswered kriste tn?he u.>>s. p hetaser n, otth lank for that report. the vice president also meeting today with ukrainian refugeest. they a he p eo pl e at the vi ar t of t his wicrthis uiskr waiitnih anmo 2.3 mi ll ta ki ng ey a flighteoplthe heart of th ke llcry iscoisbi.ella i s in po land where more than million taking li gh t. half of them have goney co poland where more than half of them have gone. >> rep or e ve ry d ay >> rep in poland the same pol d, t he sheamare tbreaking si. heartbreaking sight. thousands of women and children dragging su itthcaousesas,nd cs arof ba ck pa ck s,su fitlecaeisen, war. backpacks, fleeing war. 16-year-old diana 16 -y ea r-prolusd skdia anesa v what was it like
th er e?prusska es what was it like there? > t theherere w wasas, no t co mf or ta blcoe mftoor . stay there because every night we every night we heard -- heard -- >> reporter: it's okay >> ritep'sor otekar:y. it's okay. it's okay. >> very horrible >> very horrible sounds every night >> reporter: poland sounds every night. now host in 4 >> reporter: poland mill io fu ge es f ro m no ukraine. million refugees from ukraine. more than 100,000 mo t ha n 10ar0,ri00ve0 every dy arrive every day. teacher natalia so to re nk o teflacedhe wr i her sister and their childrenit her sist a nd t heheirr son sh ow us what he brought from ho me her so they b ug ht f ro>>m snack s. >> snacks, yeah. >> reporter: food, his phone, and nothing else >> l it>>tl se.nacks? >> na ck s, y>>ea rh.eporter: tha it she told me sh >> rgrepatorefteul for polan help nothing else. sh e "wtoe lddi mdne 'tsh ee'o be w el co megrd atwiefthul p hearts," she say s. "we didn't expect to be welcomed with open hearts," she says. a real concern after huge antim ntrei-almi cgronan ra nt protests in warsaw in 20 15 w heprn otpoeslatsnd closed its borders to syrians fleeing that 2015 when poland
war. closed its borders o now doors and hear ts s fleeing that war. ar e wi deno ow pedon.ors an are wide open. what was this before? just a meeting room? >> t>>ha tt hawat was the office. >> r>>ep rorepteorr:ter: ha s hatus rntuedrned his co mpcoanmpy anofy officesa sh elshteelr tefor r for u refugees. >> i>>'v ie 'vnee never s so mesothmeinthg inlig likn po lapondla, ndli, kelike e ho ushoe usise oispe open. ev erevy erfay mifamily isg ho w hocaw n cawen we help ca n cawen dweo. do. >> r>>ep rorepteorter: pe ar e arase kiasngki tng th qu esqutiesonti aoncr acros ea steaerstn ereun europe,g to etoas ee asthe the pai he arhetbarretbakre oak of . ke llkey llcoy bicobiella, news, poland. >> m>>uc mh-ucneh-needed t there. >> > >>no> w notow to thos staggering new in flinatflioatn ionun numb to datoy,da ay,nd a tnd thee so msoan my anamy erameri fe elfeinelg.ing. co nscoumnserum per prices 7. 9%7. o9%ve or ver the l ye arye, ara , nea new 40- high. gr ocgrerocy erpry icprice 8. 6%8., 6%th, e the bigge ye aryelyar ilync irencrea 19 8119.81. bu t buast basad bad as
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next on nbc bay area news, it is a mess, that fiery crash involving a cal train and a work truck. >> i've been in the fire service 31 years, it's something i haven't seen in my career. >> we are live on the scene, what happened, the extent of the injuries, and when will cal tran fully reopen. also baseball is back but with significant changes for the giants and a's. well tell you what to expect come opening day. and a new look at the damage covid may be doing to our brains, even if you had a mild case of the coronavirus of the ♪ >> good evening, our covid
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