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Video shows Mariupol theatre in smoke, flames after bombing by Russian forces

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Russian forces bombed a theater in Mariupol, Ukraine where hundreds of civilians were sheltering. Videos shared by government officials show smoke billowing from the Mariupol Drama Theatre. Ukraine’s foreign minister called the attack a "horrendous war crime.” It is not clear how many civilians were killed. Ukraine's Minister for Foreign Affairs, Dmytro Kuleba said the building is “fully ruined.”