Ukraine Refugee Exodus Reaches Four Million

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Ukraine Refugee Exodus Reaches Four Million

According to the latest figures from the United Nations Refugee Agency four million people have now fled Ukraine since the start of the war.

The UN human rights chief says 1,189 civilian deaths in Ukraine, including 98 children, have been verified since the invasion began on February 24th this year.

A Kremlin spokesman says there was nothing very promising said or any breakthroughs achieved in talks between the two sides Tuesday.

The country’s chief negotiator says the position on Crimea and the Donbas region has not changed.

The governor of Chernihiv region says attacks have not stopped despite a Russian pledge.

Ukrainian officials say Russia is shelling nearly all cities on the front line in the Donetsk region.