See moment CNN team narrowly escapes missile strike in Ukraine

CNN’s Nick Paton Wash is in southeastern Ukraine where he and his team narrowly escaped a missile strike. Jake Tapper is also joined by Ukrainian Prosecutor General, Andriy Kostin to speak about what he says are war crimes being committed by Russia. #CNN #News


  1. Imbedded reporters do such an important job for the entire world and I want to personally thank you all and compliment your bravery! Slava Ukraini 🇺🇦 🇺🇲

  2. I love the passion that every single Ukrainian official I’ve ever heard interviewed speaks with. They’ve dropped the suits and all wear comfortable active wear and you can tell they are giving it their all. Is there some corruption? Sure, that happens in litterally every single conflict but I believe with my whole heart the vast majority of Ukrainians want to do what’s right for them and their country. That means using the financial and military aide to push the invaders out of their land.

    1. I apologize on beforehand for not phrasing this correct. Their ‘casual’ appearance is like wolves in sheep skin. From the first day Zelensky appeared in his working dress one could tell his gloves were off.
      All leaders should take same approach. It’s a job. Why wear suits and look like some one on the way to party. Let it be the new global fashion in the _free world_ . Then only the autocratic regimes leaders would wear suits.
      Imagine them in an olive T shirt. There’s this dwarf with the big ego, the not so tall fat guy, and the taller and not so fat guy. The one with his grey beard and turban. The one with yellow hair who failed miserably in becoming a dictator. And the rest of this bunch.
      Слава Україні 🇺🇦 героям слава 🇺🇦 слава ЗСУ 🇺🇦🇩🇰

    2. I thought it was funny and a waste of everyone’s time. Basically the equivalent of Saddam saying he is going to arrest Bush.

  3. 2:04 Got a sense of the uncanny valley from the people they interviewed. They look like those robots that are designed to look and move like humans but not quite there

    1. Too bad you don’t get to see 👀 my derogatory comments or you’d probably cry🤣

  4. So, for the first almost 4 minutes (and the title), this article highlighted the journalists, MC’d by Tapper, who has more hair care applied than my wife has in a month. Yeah, stay connected to us commoners, and rock on…

  5. cnn is brave. Their journalistic spirit is world-class.
    Please record what is happening in Ukraine. So that descendants and people all over the world can know the truth. And I’m glad they weren’t hurt.

  6. The Western world will forever live with the shame of not acting decisive enough soon enough.
    Ukraine will forever live with the pain and sorrow for the same reasons.

    💪💪➡️🇺🇦🕛❗ For those who didn’t and doesn’t understand:
    *Arms to Ukraine NOW* !

    Слава Україні 🇺🇦 героям слава 🇺🇦 слава ЗСУ 🇺🇦🇩🇰

    1. someone has to pay for them weapons that is us tax payers our own people need help in our own country i don’t mind helping ukraine but just don’t be greedy and expect it really not our war not even a ally

  7. Russians have always been like this, only some pretended not to see it and treated Russians as normal people😢

    1. In truth all this is common in Central America, South America, Africa, the Middle east, and numerous Asian countries.

  8. I have incredible respect for them. I’ve been kept awake all night by Midwest thunderstorms with thunder and lightning and a tornado warning. It’s only one night. I couldn’t imagine more than a year like this 24/7

  9. Glory to Ukraine God bless Ukraine 🇺🇦🇺🇦🇺🇦🇺🇦🇺🇦🤩😍🥰👏🥰😍💗😘🥰🥳😘😘🤩🤲👍👍

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