The New Arab's live coverage of the latest from the Russian invasion of Ukraine concludes for today.
Here were the key developments from Sunday:
Ukraine, West accuse Russia of war crimes
Ukraine and Western nations accused Russian troops of war crimes after the discovery of mass graves and "executed" civilians near Kyiv.
Britain, France, Germany, the US and NATO voiced horror at Ukrainian reports of nearly 300 bodies lying in the street in Bucha, with some appearing to have been bound by their hands and feet before being shot.
Ukraine’s chief prosecutor said the state had recovered 410 civilian bodies from areas it recently retook from the Russian army in the wider Kyiv region.
Air strikes hit Odessa
Air strikes rocked Ukraine's strategic Black Sea port Odessa on Sunday morning, but the army says there were no casualties.
West calls for investigation
Britain, France, Germany, Italy and the European Union all called for those responsible for the Bucha killings to be brought to book at the international tribunal in The Hague.
EU chief vows more sanctions
EU chief Charles Michel pledged further sanctions on Moscow as he condemns "atrocities" near Kyiv.
Russia says full isolation 'impossible'
"There can be no complete vacuum or isolation of Russia, it is technologically impossible in the modern world," Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov told Russian state TV.
Too soon for peace summit
Russia's chief negotiator Vladimir Medinsky said it is too early for a top-level meeting between Zelensky and Putin on ending the conflict.
Mines and booby traps
Zelensky accused Russian soldiers of planting mines and other booby traps as they withdraw from northern Ukraine.
Lithuanian filmmaker killed
Lithuanian filmmaker Mantas Kvedaravicius was killed trying to flee Ukraine's city of Mariupol besieged by the Russians, the Ukrainian military says.