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Those heartbreaking words are from a Ukrainian official as heavy shelling continues at the steel plant in Mariupol. CNN received new images revealing what hundreds of civilians have endured for weeks and months: relentless bombardment by Russian forces. President Zelensky says more than 340 people were evacuated from Mariupol to Zaporizhzhia Wednesday. He called for a ceasefire to allow more civilians to escape. Meanwhile, in the Luhansk and Donetsk region the Ukrainian military says Russia has had no success penetrating front lines in the past 24 hours. First Move’s coverage today begins with a live report from Scott McLean in Lviv.

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