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Russian bombing of Ukraine continues and more civilians die

At least 17 civilians were killed in Ukraine in the last hours in attacks of Russia and Ukrainians in the east and south of the country, including eight when a Russian shell exploded near a bus stop in a city in the region Moscow seeks to conquer.

Four other people, including three minors, were injured by the explosion of the Russian shell at the bus stop in the city of Toretsk. “According to the first information we have, it was an artillery shot that hit a public transport stop where a crowd of people was waiting,” said the Governor of Donetsk, Pavlo Kirilenkoreported Telam.

Earlier, the Ukrainian government said that four people were killed and 10 others wounded in Russian attacks in nine provinces of Ukraine in the last 24 hours. Authorities in the eastern city of Dontesk, which has been controlled by pro-Russian Ukrainian separatists since 2014, reported Ukrainian shelling that left at least five dead and six injured, all civilians.

As in recent days, the southern Ukrainian city of Mikolaiv it was again attacked with shells by Russia. Local authorities reported large explosions, but there was still no clarity on the damage caused or possible victims.

Mikolaiv It is the capital of the southern province of the same name, which borders on the north with Kherson, which has been almost totally occupied by Russia since the first days of the invasion launched on February 24 last. Russian forces also fired 60 rockets at the city of Nikopolin the central province of Dnipropetrovsk.

Source: Elintransigente

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