Russian forces bombarded the central square in Ukraine’s second-largest city and other civilian sites Tuesday in what the country’s president condemned as a blatant campaign of terror by Moscow. In Kyiv, the TV tower in the capital was hit, according to Ukraine’s parliament, which posted a photo of clouds of smoke around it. Local media reported that there were several explosions and that Ukrainian TV channels stopped broadcasting shortly afterward.

Today on AirTalk, we talk with Middle East bureau chief for the Los Angeles Times Nabih Bulos about the latest and Bret Schafersenior fellow and head of the Alliance for Securing Democracy’s information manipulation team, about the impacts of Russian disinformation campaigns