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Russia bombs shopping center housing more than 1,000 customers, leaving at least 18 people dead

Since yesterday, the Ukrainian Prosecutor's Office has a new case.

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Russia bombs shopping center housing more than 1,000 customers, leaving at least 18 people dead

Since yesterday, the Ukrainian Prosecutor's Office has a new case. The international forensic investigators that investigate war crimes during conflict have another case. The kyiv government condemned a missile attack at a shopping center where over a thousand people made their purchases. Volodimir Zelesky, the president, said that there would be "an unimaginable number of victims". However, 18 bodies were recovered, and 59 injured had been evacuated from the burning buildings to safety. Many of these people are in critical condition. The number of victims could be even higher as there were about 40 people who disappeared.

Nearly twenty hours later, Russia denied that the attack was directed at a shopping mall. According to an Army statement, Russia's air force attacked a weapons depot that contained ammunition from the West. However, other detonations were produced by the missiles and the blast of the missiles which reached the commercial galleries. Contrary to what Ukrainian authorities claim, the Kremlin claims that the facilities were abandoned and confirms the high number victims of the bombing. According to the Russian Defense Ministry, "Concentrated weapons of ammunition that were to be sent to a Ukrainian Group in Donbas were struck and the detonation caused a fire at a nearby non-functioning Shopping Center."

His version of events has been refuted however by Irina Vediktova, the Ukrainian Prosecutor General. She claims that she found enough evidence to refer the massacre before the International Criminal Court. This is a war crime because it was an attack on the civilian population. . Vnediktova declared that experts who work for us had arrived, and she was confident that she would soon be able send the report to the court. The Intelligence service revealed that it has the identity of both the bomber and the crew member of the TU-22 who launched the missiles.

Joe Biden, the president of the United States has called for the immediate prosecution of Russia's "brutal attack on civilian population". He said that we must bring those responsible to justice. At the same time, the G7 released a statement stating that "indiscriminate attacks on innocent civilians constitute war crimes. The rumors that were spread by Russian politicians and social media managers caused a lot of outrage among the Ukrainian authorities. They claimed that the shopping center was closed and that the victims "were thrown there as pre-preserved corpses".

Ukraine's latest tragedy, the tenth since Russia invaded its borders on February 24, was in an area that was initially isolated from the conflict front. Kremenchuk is an industrial city with just over 200,000 residents, located in central Ukraine's Poltava region. It was peaceful until yesterday afternoon when two X-22 missiles were launched from a long-range fighter Tu-22 M3. They struck the facility of a popular superstore that was at the time full of customers.

The initial shock turned into chaos when the flames engulfed the compound, while its inhabitants tried to flee in an unorganized fashion. Dmitry Lunin, the head of the regional military authority, confirmed that the relief units didn't arrive until about half an hour later. He was the one to determine the size of the drama and speak of a large number of victims.

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Zelensky, who was a bit more pessimistic than usual, used his social media networks to express a more negative assessment. He described a terrible scenario at the Amstor shopping center, and broadcast images of the destruction. Moscow was immediately accused of attacking an enclave without any military interest, where hundreds of people tried to live a "normal life" in the midst of the war that has decimated the country for over four months. The UN Security Council, at kyiv’s request, announced last night that they will meet today in order to discuss the latest attacks against civilians.

Lack of blood

We had the first official data after several hours, even though the sun was still hiding. There were at least 18 bodies recovered, and 59 people rescued from injuries. To help the most critical cases, health officials urged blood donations to be made quickly.

Following communications were made for today's afternoon. It is possible to review the debris once the flames have subsided. 130 emergency service workers and 20 vehicles from Cherkasi and Kirovohrad arrived to help. This was the time when a "difficult scenario" was predicted by Lunin in statements made by Kolo, the Ukrainian television station. The rescue operation was carried out by the Army, the National Guard, and Police in a building measuring 10,300 square metres.

Lunin believed that the Russian attack was intended to terrorize the Ukrainians. It is a place where peaceful citizens can shop. It is becoming clearer that Russia is pursuing the genocide and extermination of the Ukrainians. He stated.

According to the Ukrainian Air Force, the plane responsible for the bombing was reported as having left the Shaikivka base in Kursk. It used missiles that were designed in the 1950s by the Soviet Union. It is an obsolete weapon with a one-kilometer error margin. Mikhailo Samus, a military scholar, said that it could have struck anywhere. This is why it is considered terrorism to use this type of projectile. It is not intended to hit any specific target. He rebuked the use of it in residential areas and cities as a way to kill people.

Vadim Denisenko was the adviser to the head of the Ukrainian Ministry of the Interior. He claimed that he noticed a shift in tactics within the Russian Army and decided to launch more aggressive attacks on cities using missiles from aircraft. He said that they now use up to 20 projectiles simultaneously. Last night, it was revealed that 8 people were killed and 21 injured in a Russian bombardment of Lysychansk.

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