Ukraine says Russia’s war kills 136 children so far

Author of the article: LVIV — The war in Ukraine has killed 136 children in the 31 days since the start of the Russian invasion, Ukraine’s office of the prosecutor general said on Saturday in a message on the Telegram app. Of the total, 64 children have been killed in the Kyiv region, the office…
Ukraine says Russia’s war kills 136 children so far

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LVIV — The war in Ukraine has killed 136 children in the 31 days since the start of the Russian invasion, Ukraine’s office of the prosecutor general said on Saturday in a message on the Telegram app.

Of the total, 64 children have been killed in the Kyiv region, the office said. A further 50 children have died in the Donetsk region, it said.

Additionally, 199 children have been wounded.

Reuters was not able to immediately verify the report. (Reporting by Natalia Zinets; Editing by William Mallard and Lincoln Feast)

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