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U.N. reports at least 536 civilian casualties in Ukraine -Breaking


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BERLIN (Reuters), – Since Russia invaded Ukraine, at least 136 civilians were killed, 13 of them children. Another 400 people have been hurt, a United Nations agency stated Tuesday.

Liz Throssell (a spokesperson for U.N. Human Rights Office) stated that the real death toll was likely to exceed this. She also said that 253 victims were from the Donetsk-Lugansk region in eastern Ukraine.

Tomson Phiri, spokesperson for WFP, stated that the U.N. World Food Programme has increased its activities in Ukraine to support upto 3.1 million people. He also said: “Food supplies are low.”

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