14 dead

Russian occupiers shelled civilians standing in line to buy bread in Chernihiv

Russian occupiers shelled civilians standing in line to buy bread in Chernihiv
Photo: Suspilne

At 10 a.m., Russians used heavy artillery to fire on civilians in a residential area of Chernihiv. Unarmed people were standing in line to buy bread when the terrorists opened fire. Ten people were killed on the spot. Four more died at the hospital from their injuries.

The city of Chernihiv has been under attack by Russian troops since February 24, 2022. The Russians have targeted civilians, inflicted heavy casualties. Including bombing populated parts of the city on March 3, which killed 47 people.

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