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The Armed Forces of Ukraine destroyed 3 Russian 152-mm self-propelled howitzers “Msta-S,” and an enemy ammunition depot in Kakhovka in the Kherson region on September 11. – Operational Command “South”


In the last 24 hours, the Armed Forces of Ukraine liberated more than 20 settlements in the Kharkiv and Donetsk regions. – General Staff of the Armed Forces of Ukraine


Russian aggressors fired missiles at the Donetsk region on September 11. 3 people were killed. 8 citizens were injured. – Pavlo Kyrylenko, Head of the Donetsk Regional Military Administration


Since the beginning of Russia’s full-scale war against Ukraine, 383 Ukrainian children have died, 747 children have been injured. Most victims among children are from the Donetsk region. – Prosecutor General’s Office


Rocket attacks on the thermal power plant in the Kharkiv region on September 11. 2 people were killed. 2 citizens were injured. – Oleh Syniehubov, Head of the Kharkiv Regional Military Administration


Total combat losses of Russian aggressors in Ukraine from 24 February to 12 September (approximation): 52950 troops; 2168 tanks; 4640 armored vehicles; 1269 artillery systems; 311 MLRS; 162 anti-aircraft warfare systems; 243 aircraft; 213 helicopters; 3463 military auto vehicles and fuel tanks; 15 military boats; 903 tactical UAVs; 117 special military equipment; 216 cruise missiles. Russian enemy suffered the greatest losses (of the past day) at the Kryvyi Rih and Donetsk directions. – General Staff of the Armed Forces of Ukraine


On September 12, 9 more ships with Ukrainian agricultural products left the ports of Odesa through the “grain corridor”. – Official Twitter Account of the Turkish Ministry of National Defence


As of September 12, the Armed Forces of Ukraine liberated the settlements of Vysokopillia, Novovoznesenske, Bilohirka, Sukhyi Stavok, and Myroliubivka in the Kherson region. – Nataliia Humeniuk, Head of United Coordinating Press Center of Defence Forces of the South of Ukraine


Since the beginning of Russia’s full-scale war against Ukraine, Russian occupiers have killed more than 1,000 Ukrainian civilians in Izium in the Kharkiv region. – Maksym Strelnyk, Deputy of the Izium City Council


As of September 12, there is no electricity in 817 settlements across Ukraine due to Russian shellings. – Ministry of Energy of Ukraine


Russian aggressors shelled the Osnovianskyi and Kyivskyi districts in Kharkiv on September 12. 1 man was killed. 6 citizens were injured. 4 injured victims were hospitalized. – Oleh Syniehubov, Head of the Kharkiv Regional Military Administration


In the last 24 hours, Russian troops shelled the Kharkiv, the Zaporizhzhia, the Dnipropetrovsk, the Donetsk, the Sumy, the Mykolaiv, the Kherson, and the Luhansk regions. 7 people were killed. 24 citizens were injured. – Information from Regional Military Administrations

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destroyed house Dnipro
A dog named Crimea is moaning on the ruins of the house. The entire family, that lived here, was killed by the rocket attack.

By Olena Yemets

dnipro missile attack
Russian rockets hit a residential area in Dnipro. Two children and two adults were killed in the attack. September 29, 2022.

Photo from Valentyn Reznichenko, Head of the Dnipropetrovsk Region Military Administration

“Electoral commission” along with armed soldier during the fake referendum in the Donetsk region. September 24, 2022.

By Stringer / Anadolu Agency / Getty Images

Defender of Mariupol is back from Russian captivity after 4 months. September 21, 2022.

Photo from the Press Office of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Ukraine

Azovstal defenders released
215 Ukrainian defenders were released, including part of the soldiers from Azovstal. For the last four months they were in Russian captivity. September 21, 2022

By Volodymyr Zolkin

Mykhailo Dianov, senior sergeant of the 36th brigade, in Azovstal. Dianov was among those, released from Russian captivity on September 21, 2022.

By Dmytro “Orest” Kozatskyi

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