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UN says Russia-Ukraine war killed 9,000 civilians, 500 children

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The United Nations has strongly condemned the genocide happening during Russia’s attack on Ukraine. Russia’s offensive, which began in February last year, has today passed the 500-day mark and concerns have been raised that 9,000 people have been killed so far.

Russia launched military action against Ukraine on February 24, 2022. Noel Calhoun, deputy head of the Human Rights Monitoring Center in Ukraine (HRMMU), said that more than 9,000 civilians have been killed in this war so far. He told that there are 500 children among them.

The ongoing war with Ukraine has passed another milestone. It is being told that today 500 days of this violent war against the citizens of Ukraine have been completed. He said that the number of deaths in 2023 has decreased slightly as compared to last year. However, the death toll increased slightly in May and June. On June 27, 13 people including four children were killed in a missile attack on Kramatorsk. Strongly condemned.

Russia’s offensive, which began in February last year, has today passed the 500-day mark and concerns have been raised that 9,000 people have been killed so far. Russia launched military action against Ukraine on February 24, 2022.

Noel Calhoun, deputy head of the Human Rights Monitoring Center in Ukraine (HRMMU), said that more than 9,000 civilians have been killed in this war so far. He told that there are 500 children among them. The ongoing war with Ukraine has passed another milestone. It is being told that today 500 days of this violent war against the citizens of Ukraine have been completed. He said that the number of deaths in 2023 has decreased slightly as compared to last year.

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