Roman Kruglyakov describes trying to convince residents of the bombed-out Ukrainian city to leave their shelters to evacuate
Former journalist Roman Kruglyakov left his home town of Mariupol to stay in a nearby village at the beginning of the war. Over three days in mid March, he made three trips back to the devastated city to pick up trapped family members. They had had no phone signal for over two weeks.
Entering the place where he grew up was like entering hell, he says.