NATO Officials say Russian Attack on Ukraine Has Begun, Explosions Heard in Kyiv and Kharkiv

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Russia has begun attacking Ukraine, according to NATO officials. The attack late Wednesday night began moments after Russian President Vladimir Putin announced that he had “decided to conduct a special military operation” to protect eastern Ukraine’s Donbas region. CBS Evening News anchor and managing editor Norah O’Donnell anchors a Special Report. CBS News senior foreign correspondent Charlie D’Agata and CBS News foreign correspondent Holly Williams report from Ukraine and “Face the Nation” moderator and chief foreign affairs correspondent Margaret Brennan and CBS national security correspondent David Martin join from Washington. YouTube Tips ⓘ

Some reports not verified …

Incoming Russian missiles in Kyiv apparently have targeted command and control centers. As expected, airports have been targeted early.

Hundreds of Ukraine military personnel killed in airstrikes.

Explosions heard in Kyiv, Kharkiv, Odessa, Mariupol.

Amphibious landing with Russian troops has occurred near Odessa.

Cyberattacks have occurred on banking websites and military websites.

UN Security Council meeting underway Wednesday night in New York.

Time in Ukraine GMT +2

Russian leader Vladimir Putin has extended the war beyond eastern Ukraine. Agenda-Free TV provides an interactive live stream with host Steve Lookner covering Russia’s attack on Ukraine and the start of war between Russia and Ukraine. YouTube Tips ⓘ

After Russian President Vladimir Putin ordered a “military operation” by Russia troops in Ukraine, sources say explosions were heard in the Ukraine capital of Kyiv. Russia has been preparing to invade Ukraine for days after Putin called it a “puppet” of the U.S., amassing nearly 200,000 troops along the Ukraine border. YouTube Tips ⓘ

Ukraine – Security Council, 8974th meeting | United Nations | UNTV Live (23 Feb 2022) – Official YouTube Tips ⓘ



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