Eight civilians killed and five injured in new Russian strike on Kurakhove, Donetsk Oblast

Consequences of shelling of Kurakhovo in Donetsk region, December 7
Consequences of shelling of Kurakhovo in Donetsk region, December 7

President Volodymyr Zelenskyy reacted harshly to the shelling of the town, saying that the (Russian) terrorists were not human, and that they would be held responsible for the atrocity.

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According to Kyrylenko, the Russian invaders attacked the city center, in particular, the market, bus station, gas station, and residential buildings.

“Another crime by the Russians on our land – we are recording it and overcoming the consequences. The invaders will be held responsible for everything,” Kyrylenko said.

Law enforcement officers and medics are working at the scene.

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Kyrylo Tymoshenko, Deputy Head of the President’s Office, later clarified that the initial reported death toll of six had risen to eight.

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