At least eight people have died in a Russian bombardment against a bus stop in the Ukrainian city of Toretsk, a city in the Donetsk region (eastern Ukraine) under the control of kyiv, regional authorities reported Thursday.
The attack also caused four injuries, including three childrenaccording to information from the regional authority collected by the Ukrainian news portal Ukrinform, which cites the head of the regional military administration, Pavlo Kyrylenko.
According to that source, the attack took place around 11.00, crazy timel, and among the injured is also a priest from a nearby church, which was also damaged along with other nearby residential buildings.
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The Donetsk regional authority had previously reported eight attacks in the towns of Bakhmut, Marinka and Shevchenko, in which three civilians were killed and five others injured. The Ukrainian troops try to contain the Russian advance on this eastern region and also on the south.
The aforementioned portal also reports new missile attacks in the Kharkov region, in the northwest, as well as on the outskirts of the city of Zaporizhia, in the center of the country, a region in which the nuclear power plant occupied by Russian troops is located. .
Two missiles hit a block of flats in Zaporizhia and other civilian targets, according to sources from the mayor’s office, collected by the Ukrinform portal.
The largest nuclear plant in Europe is located in the Zaporizhia region, under the control of Russian troops since March, a situation repeatedly warned by the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA), whose experts do not have access to the site.
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