Russia dropped cluster bombs on residential neighbourhoods
The wreckage of a cluster bomb after a shelling on the street in Kharkiv, March 3. Photo: Andriy Marienko
The UN has recorded evidence of cluster bombs during a full-scale Russian invasion. In particular, such bombs were purposefully dropped on the central city hospital in Vuhledar, Donetsk region, as a result of which four civilians were killed and 10 others were injured. In addition, the UN has recorded another case of cluster bombs in several districts of Kharkiv. As a result, nine civilians were killed, and 37 were injured.
Cluster bombs are special weapon that scatters small explosive munitions over the affected area. They, in turn, disperse and affect a much larger area. These bombs are deadly to civilians, even if dropped on military installations.
Such bombs in civilian areas are a direct terror against civilians and are intended to destroy them.
1 killed, 34 injured
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