BBC News. I'm John Shea.
The Ukrainian military says Russian troops fired on a convoy of women and children being evacuated from a village east of Kyiv, killing 7 people.
There's been no independent verification and no comment from Moscow.
Ukrainian said the incident happened on Friday on an agreed evacuation corridor from Peremoha village.
Ukraine has on several occasions accused Russia of not respecting agreed ceasefires and firing on civilian targets.
President Volodymyr Zelenskyy has said about 1,300 Ukrainian troops have been killed since the start of Russia's invasion.
But he says far more Russian soldiers have died, estimating it at some 10 times that number.
Russian forces have advanced in the south of Ukraine capturing the outskirts of Mariupol, which has seen days of relentless shelling.
The invaders are said to have completely destroyed the nearby town of Volnovakha.
Moscow said the humanitarian situation in some towns was now catastrophic.
France says President Putin shows no willingness to end his assault on Ukraine.
The comments came after a phone call between Mr. Putin and the leaders of France and Germany who urged Moscow to declare an immediate ceasefire.
President Biden has approved 200 million dollars in additional military assistance for Ukraine.
The measure paves a way for immediate shipments of equipment, including small arms as well as anti-armor and anti-aircraft systems.
In other news, the Saudi authorities have executed 81 men, the largest number of executions carried out there in a single day.
The Saudi say the men were guilty of serious crimes including murder and rape.
Activists estimate half of them belonged to the marginalized Shiite minority.
And a train crash in the southeast of the Democratic Republic of Congo has killed at least 60 people.
Local officials say the accident was caused by badly maintained infrastructure.
And that's the latest BBC World News.