– When we agreed yesterday that I would come to the studio in the morning, I can’t imagine that at three in the morning London time, I found out that my house had been bombed – said the BBC’s Olga Malchowska in an interview with the presenter, Karen Giannone.

The station showed pictures from Kiev and a video clip showing the ruins of an apartment building. – These pictures that everyone has seen are exactly my house, said Malchewska. – I’m trying to find out where my apartment is. I used to live on the sixth floor – mentioned. “I can’t believe what I see is where I live,” she added.

“I just got a letter from my mom.”

Olga Malchuska comes from Kiev. As she said, her family is currently in the Ukrainian capital under attack by Russian forces and is looking for refuge there. – I just received a letter from my mom. Previously, the journalist said, I could not contact her. She added that her family is safe.

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‘We can’t lose our capital’

On Friday, residents of the Ukrainian capital were forced to go to shelters again. Sirens wailed in the city. “Kiev is in a dangerous situation,” Mayor Vitali Klitschko said.

Tonight will be more difficult than today. Many cities are under attack. We cannot lose our capital. President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelensky addressed the people.

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Source: BBC, The Guardian

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