• Roman Mackinnon

Volodymyr Zelenskyy says Ukraine will not lay down its arms as high-rise building is hit by missile

The Ukrainian President has repeatedly rejected rumours that he has fled the capital.

Tonight, Kyiv is under siege from Russia. There have been multiple explosions in the capital as air raid sirens ring out before dawn.


Tanks and troops march towards their target: President Zelenskyy, his family & his nation.


Gunfire heard echoing through city streets as citizens sprint for cover and sprint for their lives - one elderly man lucky to be alive after a tank was filmed crushing his car on the side of the road.


"Do not believe the fakes," Zelenskyy tweeted earlier today, amid rumours that he has fled the capital - something he has repeatedly rejected.

Gunfire heard echoing through city streets as citizens sprint for cover and sprint for their lives - one elderly man lucky to be alive after a tank was filmed crushing his car on the side of the road.


Fathers and husbands aged between 18 and 60 have been banned from leaving the country, with viral videos showing some saying goodbye to their children and wives.


Earlier today, a high-rise residential building in Kyiv was hit by a missile, with no immediate word on any casualties.

Ukrainian officials have urged citizens to prepare molotov cocktails, with families fleeing to the border of Poland by train & cars, while some even chose to walk.


Watch our full report here.