A maternity and children’s hospital in the besieged city of Mariupol has been hit by a Russian air strike, Ukraine says.
President Volodymyr Zelensky said people were trapped under the wreckage, and called on Western leaders to impose a no-fly zone.
No deaths or injuries have yet been confirmed, but Ukrainian officials say the attack occurred during an agreed ceasefire with Russian forces.
“We don’t understand how it’s possible in modern life to bomb a children’s hospital,” Mariupol Deputy Mayor Serhiy Orlov told the BBC.
“People cannot believe that it’s true.”