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Nearly five weeks into their invasion, Russian forces continue to mount sporadic attacks on civilian targets in a number of Ukrainian cities.

Two Russian missiles struck Lviv on Saturday, as President Biden was in Poland. Lviv Mayor Andriy Sadovyi said the March 26 strikes were Russian President Vladimir Putin wanting “to say hello” to Biden, who hours later forcefully condemned Putin in an address from Warsaw, Poland’s capital, some 250 miles away.

Residential neighborhoods in Ukraine’s capital, Kyiv, have been hit by repeated Russian airstrikes in recent days, as Russian forces have slowly gained ground across the country.

Ukrainians rush to cross to neighboring countries

Fighting throughout the country has driven nearly 3 million people from Ukraine into neighboring countries, the U.N. refugee agency said. According to border police authorities, the majority of Ukrainians are fleeing to Poland.

Men ages 18 to 60 are barred from leaving the country after President Volodymyr Zelensky’s call to take up arms and defend the country against the Russian invaders.

After weeks of attempted evacuations, more than 125,000 Ukrainian civilians have been able to use humanitarian corridors to leave bombarded cities, according to a video address by Zelensky.

Russia had earlier proposed routes leading to Russia or Belarus, which were rejected by Ukraine. Ukrainian officials have accused Russian troops of repeatedly bombarding convoys of food and medicine trying to reach the besieged city of Mariupol.

Humanitarian corridors proposed by Russia

Dylan Moriarty, Artur Galocha, Joe Fox, Harry Stevens, Hannah Dormido, Laris Karklis, Lauren Tierney, Tim Meko, Simon Ducroquet, Júlia Ledur and Adrián Blanco contributed to this report.