The New Arab concludes its live coverage of the latest updates from the Russian invasion of Ukraine for Sunday.
Here were today's key developments:
35 dead near Polish border
Thirty-five people die and more than 130 are injured when Russian troops launch air strikes on a military training ground outside Ukraine's western city of Lviv, near the border with Poland, local officials say.
Nine people are killed in a strike on the southern city of Mykolaiv, the regional governor says. The city lies on the road to the port city of Odessa, around 100 kilometres (62 miles) away.
Russia encircling Kyiv
Russian forces advance ever closer to the capital from the north, west and northeast. Russian strikes also destroy an airport in the town of Vasylkiv, south of the city.
Only roads to the south remain open and Kyiv is preparing to mount a "relentless defence", according to the Ukrainian president's office.
US journalist killed
A US journalist is shot dead and another wounded in Irpin, a frontline northwest suburb of Kyiv, medics and witnesses say. Papers found on the American reporter's body identified him as 50-year-old video documentary shooter Brent Renaud, of New York.
Mariupol aid convoy blocked
A convoy of aid heading for the besieged southern port of Mariupol, where residents have been trapped without running water and power for close to two weeks, is blocked at a Russian checkpoint.
Prime Minister Iryna Vereshchuk says it hopes to arrive today. The mayor says more than 1,500 civilians have been killed in the city.
Join us tomorrow for more on the latest news and analysis on Russia's war on Ukraine.