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The war in Ukraine continues. Young people are also its victims

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In Ukraine, Putin’s rockets also kill young people every day. Many thousands of families are already in mourning. Their number is constantly growing. An adviser to the President of Ukraine, Mykhailo Podolyak, announced acts of sabotage in Russia.

On Thursday, among the targets of Putin’s army was a hotel in Zaporizhia, where UN and NGO workers often stay.

The day before, in the same city, two young women died, who gave their last concert in their lives an hour before their death. Their fathers are fighting at the front. They sang the last song for the inhabitants and defenders of Kherson. 19-year-old Svitlana died on the spot, 21-year-old Kristina died in hospital from her wounds. – The city of Zaporozhye is my native city. I even recognize this street. The Shevchenko district, where these girls sang in the street, collected money for the Ukrainian army, says Oleh Bilecki, a journalist for Ukraine24.

Ukrainian POWs returned home from Russian captivity Reuters

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Endless explosions

Air-raid alerts and explosions could be heard again in Kiev. The anti-aircraft defense shot down all the rockets fired at the Ukrainian capital. The remains of one fell on the grounds of a children’s hospital. Nobody was injured.

The inhabitants of Moscow also had to look at the sky with anxiety on Friday. “I would like to point out that the Ukrainian services have extensive and effective networks of agents in Russia. I believe that the number of explosions in this country will increase,” says the adviser to the Ukrainian president, Mykhailo Podolak. The airspace above Vnukovo airport was closed for some time due to “reasons beyond the airport’s control”. In Odintsovo, Russia, a warehouse caught fire for unexplained reasons. This place is only 6 and a half kilometers from Putin’s residence.

Main photo source: Zaporizhzhia City Council/PAP/EPA

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