U.S. fears that Russia could take over UKraine's capital in a few days
After Russian armed forces attacked UKraine earlier this week and sent a deadly message to the United States that they were not backing down and talks of compromise were out the door, many people around the globe felt that Russia could potentially take over UKraine's capital KYIVl in a matter of three days after getting through UKraine's security barriers.
UKraine's citizens are just trying to survive, while others are protesting the attacks. Reportedly, Russia arrested 1,800 anti protesters. In a statement on Friday, the U.N.’s Human Rights Commissioner Ravina Shamdasani said the organization understood Russia arrested more than 1,800 anti-war protesters yesterday. "Arresting individuals for exercising their rights to freedom of expression or of peaceful assembly constitutes an arbitrary deprivation of liberty,” she said. “We call on the authorities to ensure the immediate release of all those arbitrarily detained for exercising these rights.”
Ukraine's armed forces are telling their citizens to protect themselves at all cost. There have been over 100 Ukraine citizens that have been confirmed dead from all of these attacks. President Joe Biden has sent United States armed forces to Ukraine to help them out. This all out war that Russia has started, does not look like it will end soon.
More details will be updated as they come in.