The United Nations General Assembly has overwhelmingly voted to deplore in the strongest terms the Russian invasion of Ukraine.
The resolution comes as Russia intensified its attacks launching another wave of assaults on major cities.
The city Kharkiv has come under constant rocket fire, targeting the regional police headquarters and residential buildings, with least 25 people killed since yesterday.
Kyiv is also the target of intensive air and artillery attacks as residents are still trying to escape while a huge Russian military convoy is within 24 to 30km of the capital.
There’s also been fierce fighting in the south as Russia says it’s gained control of Kherson.
Those claims have been disputed by Ukraine but if confirmed, Kherson would be the first major city to be taken since the invasion.