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Russia bombed the school in Luhansk, civilians took refuge to avoid the attack, 60 people feared dead

War-ravaged Ukraine’s steel plant (File)

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Ukraine and Western countries have accused the Russian military of committing war crimes by targeting civilians. But Russia has rejected these claims.

Russia bombed a school in the village of Bilohorivka in the Luhansk region of eastern Ukraine (Russia Bombing in Ukraine) has. Two people are reported to have died in this bombing, while 60 people are feared to have died under the rubble. According to the news agency Reuters report, Luhansk (Luhansk) The governor of the area gave this information on Sunday. Governor Serhi Gaidai said that the Russian army (Russian Forces) dropped a bomb on a school on Saturday afternoon. About 90 people had taken shelter here. The building caught fire after the attack. However, the attack has not been confirmed by Russia.

The governor said on the Telegram messaging app, ‘After about four hours of effort, the fire was extinguished, then the debris was removed and unfortunately the bodies of two people were found.’ “Thirty people have been pulled out of the rubble, out of which seven have been injured,” he said. 60 people are likely to be killed under the rubble of the buildings. Ukraine and Western countries have accused the Russian military of committing war crimes by targeting civilians. But Russia has rejected these claims. Thousands of people have died in Ukraine in the last 10 weeks of war with Russia. Due to this cities have been devastated and 50 lakh people have had to be displaced.

Russia fired missiles at Odessa

At the same time, the Russian army on Saturday also fired cruise missiles in the city of Odessa in southern Ukraine and bombed the besieged steel plant in Mariupol. Russia is expected to capture this port before the Victory Day celebrations. Officials said the women, children and elderly people who survived the plant were finally evacuated, but Ukrainian fighters were trapped there. At the same time, the Ukrainian army has destroyed Russia’s bases on the Black Sea island, which Russia had taken in the early days of the war.

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Western military analysts also say Ukrainian forces are moving around the country’s second largest city, Kharkiv, where Russia is still bombing. Ukrainian leaders have warned that Russian strikes will be worse in the wake of Monday’s Victory Day to celebrate the defeat of Nazi Germany 77 years ago, and President Volodymyr Zelensky urged people to heed warnings of airstrikes . Russia fired six cruise missiles on the city of Odessa on Saturday. Curfew has been imposed in the city till Tuesday morning.

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