Our live coverage of the latest developments on Russia's invasion of Ukraine concludes for today.
The major developments from today:
Mariupol 'shelled' despite ceasefire
Officials in the besieged southeastern city of Mariupol accuse Russia of violating a ceasefire called to allow civilians trapped for days without power and water to leave.
In the face of "continued shelling", the evacuation has been "postponed", the officials say.
Russia's defence ministry accuses Ukrainian forces in Mariupol and the nearby town of Volnovakha, where a ceasefire was also declared, of blocking residents from leaving.
Russian forces inch closer to the capital Kyiv from the north but encounter stiff resistance along the way, including in the town of Chernihiv, where dozens of civilians are killed in shelling, missile attacks and air raids.
Putin warning to NATO
Russian President Vladimir Putin says that Russia will consider itself at war with any country that seeks to impose a no-fly zone over Ukraine.
Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky on Friday appealed to NATO to set up a no-fly zone but NATO chief Jens Stoltenberg has rejected the call, saying it could lead to a wider war in Europe.
More talks planned
One of Ukraine's negotiators says a third round of talks with Russia on ending the fighting is planned this weekend.
Russian President Vladimir Putin in a phone call with German Chancellor Olaf Scholz says Moscow is ready for dialogue over Ukraine if all its demands are met.
More than 1.37 million flee
More than 1.37 million people have fled Ukraine into neighbouring countries since Russia invaded last week, the UN says.
The United Nations' World Food Programme warns about a looming food crisis in Ukraine in conflict areas, while disruptions in production and exports could lead to food insecurity globally.
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