Ukraine shopping mall attack leaves at least 11 dead


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Vídeo compartilhado por parlamentar ucraniano mostra incêndio resultante do ataque ao shopping center em Kremenchuk

Video shared by Ukrainian parliamentarian shows fire resulting from attack on shopping center in Kremenchuk

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At least people died after a missile hit this Monday (27) a shopping mall in Kremenchuk, a city in central Ukraine. There are reports of at least 27 injured.

Kyrylo Tymoshenko, deputy chief of staff of the country’s president, Volodymyr Zelensky, reported that there is a rescue team working at the scene.

The attack caused a number of civilian casualties” impossible to imagine”, reported the Ukrainian president himself as soon as the information about the bombing was released. “The shopping center is on fire, firefighters are trying to put out the fire, the number of victims is impossible to imagine,” Zelensky said on Telegram.

The mayor of the city, Vitaliy Meletskiy, added on Facebook that the shopping center was a place ” very busy” and assured that “there are dead and wounded”, without specifying.

The Ukrainian president stated that the commercial center did not pose a “danger” to the Russian army nor did it have “any strategic value”. “It’s just an attempt by people to live a normal life, which makes the occupiers very angry. Russia continues to attribute its powerlessness to ordinary citizens. It’s useless to expect adequacy and humanity from them,” added Zelensky.

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