Kyiv, Russian bombs kill 11 civilians overnight in Nikopol

Kyiv, Russian bombs kill 11 civilians overnight in Nikopol

Eleven civilians were killed and 13 wounded overnight in a Russian bombing raid on the Nikopol district in the Dnepropetrovsk region of eastern Ukraine. “Tragic night. In the Nikopol district, the Russian army killed 11 people and wounded 13. The enemy bombed the district with 80 rockets on residential areas. He hit intentionally while people were sleeping in their houses,” he wrote on Telegram Dnipropetrovsk regional military administration Valentyn Reznichenko , quoted by UNIAN.

Kyiv Russian bombs kill 11 civilians overnight in Nikopol

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In the war between Russia and Ukraine, as in all conflicts, “disarmament is the only adequate and decisive answer to these problems, according to the Magisterium of the Church.” Read, for example, the encyclical Pacem in terris XXIII (ANSA) of the holy John.

A woman was killed last night in a Russian attack on the outskirts of Zaporizhia, on the territory of Europe’s largest nuclear power plant. Ukrinform reports this. “An attack on the settlement of Kushuhum is known. Three houses were destroyed and another 30 were damaged. Unfortunately, a woman was killed,” Mayor Anatoliy Kurtiev wrote on Telegram. According to preliminary information, Ukrainian air defense units shot down two Russian missiles.

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Russia has asked for a UN Security Council meeting “on the recent Ukrainian attacks on the Zaporizhia nuclear power plant and the catastrophic consequences they could have.” (HAND)

Russian troops occupying the Zaporizhzhia nuclear power plant in south-eastern Ukraine are preparing to connect the power plant annexed by Moscow in 2014 to Crimea and damage it, diverting its electricity production: their plan is to damage all the nuclear power plant’s lines and the connection to the Ukrainian power grid.” This was announced by the Ukrainian operator Energoatom, quoted by the Guardian.

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