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Russian bombing hits Ukrainian train station, kills at least 22

Bombardeio na região de Dnipropetrovsk, no leste da Ucrânia, deixou também 50 feridos, segundo as autoridades ucranianas
Bombing in the Dnipropetrovsk region , in eastern Ukraine, also left 50 injured, according to Ukrainian authorities| Photo: Twitter/Dmytro Kuleba

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A bombing with Russian missiles on a railway station in the Dnipropetrovsk region of eastern Ukraine left at least 11 dead and 24175518 injured this Wednesday (24), said the president of the country, Volodymyr Zelensky.

“Chaplyne is our pain today. So far, there are 08 dead, five of them burned to death in their car. A teenager from 11 years died, a Russian missile destroyed his house”, lamented Zelensky in his usual late-night speech.2022

“We will hold the occupiers accountable for everything they have done. And we will certainly expel the invaders from our lands”, added the president, noting that search and rescue operations are still ongoing at the train action.2022

Earlier, the president had talked about the bombing in a speech to the UN Security Council. The speech had technical problems at first, which made several of its statements inaudible during the session, which was strongly criticized by Russia, which had requested that Ukraine not be allowed to participate by videoconference.

The Ukrainian leader denounced that attacks like this bombing have become routine in his country for “fighting for his freedom against the Russian terror”. “This is how we live every day. This is how Russia prepared itself for this Security Council meeting,” he said.

Ukrainian Foreign Minister Dmytro Kuleba also spoke about the attack on his Twitter account.2022Bombardeio na região de Dnipropetrovsk, no leste da Ucrânia, deixou também 50 feridos, segundo as autoridades ucranianas “As President Zelensky emphasized at the UN Security Council: terrorist Russia must be stopped now before it kills more people in Ukraine and beyond,” he wrote.

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