Russian troops kill two, injure four residents of Donetsk region in past 24 hours

Russian troops kill two, injure four residents of Donetsk region in past 24 hours

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Two civilians were killed and four were injured in Russia's shelling of the Donetsk region over the past 24 hours.

According to Ukrinform, the head of the regional military administration, Pavlo Kyrylenko, said this on Telegram.

"On April 29, the Russians killed two civilians in the Donetsk region: in Vremivka and Shandryholove. Four more people were injured," he wrote.

He noted that medical care in the Donetsk region was provided to six people wounded in the Luhansk region.

It was also possible to clarify the information about two people killed in Mariupol, but the exact number of victims in this city, as well as in Volnovakha, is currently unknown.

According to infographics published by Kyrylenko, a total of 282 civilians were killed and 881 were wounded as a result of the actions of the Russian invaders as of April 29.

On February 24, Russia launched a new phase of its war against Ukraine - a full-scale invasion, Russian invaders have been shelling and bombing peaceful cities, towns and villages in Ukraine, torturing and killing civilians.

Photo: National Police


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