June 7, 2023


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People stood in line to get bread.  The Russians shot

People stood in line to get bread. The Russians shot

The attack took place on Wednesday in a residential neighborhood of Chernihiv in the northern part of Ukraine. Russian troops shot people standing in line for bread – according to the Ukrainian Interfax agency, citing reports from Sosilin, whose correspondent was there.

According to his account, the bombing took place on March 16 at around 10.00. The attack killed at least 10 civilians.

The final balance of victims is not yet known and may increase.


war with Russia. Ukraine defends itself for the third week

Russian forces have been bombing Ukrainian cities for 21 days, without saving women and children. According to United Nations estimates, more than 600 civilians have died since the invasion began. The Ukrainian Prosecutor’s Office said that among the victims were 100 children.

The World Health Organization estimates the number of people affected by the war at 18 million. 3 million Ukrainians traveled abroad, most of them (more than 1.9 million) went to Poland.

The Ukrainian army claims that the Russians have already lost more than 13,000. Soldiers. In turn, the Ukrainian soldiers were to die 1.3 thousand. This figure was announced on March 12 by the President of Ukraine, Volodymyr Zelensky.

Putin attacked a neighboring country

Russian invasion Starts from February 24. President Vladimir Putin sent troops to Ukraine at the request of the leaders of the self-declared Donetsk and Lugansk republics, which Russia had previously recognized as independent and signed agreements on cooperation and mutual assistance with them.

The attack on Ukraine was preceded by a televised speech from Putin, in which he announced that he had decided to conduct a special military operation in Ukraine to protect people “who suffer abuses and genocide by the Kyiv regime.”

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Moscow demands that Kyiv, among other things, recognize Crimea as Russian and “disarm and disarm” Ukraine.

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