Attacking civilians or civilian objects

«Civilian objects shall not be the target of attack or of reprisals. Attacks shall be limited strictly to military objectives.» Art. 52. Protocol I Additional to the Geneva Conventions. 08.06.1977.

The Russians destroyed more than 120,000 civilian infrastructure facilities, including power plants, gas pipelines, schools, kindergartens, and numerous residential buildings.

This section focuses on Russia’s savage attacks against civilian buildings and infrastructure. What is Russia’s target in this war? Peaceful family homes. Hospitals where people are already fighting for their lives. Kindergartens, schools, and even bomb shelters. They are trying to destroy people’s last hope for survival, right now as you are reading this.

an airstrike on a maternity ward in Mariupolan airstrike on a maternity ward in Mariupol
12/03/2022
3 dead, including a child, 17 injured

The Russian military launched an airstrike on a maternity ward in Mariupol

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09/10/2022
13 dead, 89 injured (counting)

Russians shelled the residential area of Zaporizhzhia

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30/09/2022
32 dead, 118 injured

Russian forces hit a humanitarian convoy in Zaporizhzhia

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11/09/2022
4 dead, 3 injured

Russians targeted power infrastructure near Kharkiv and caused blackouts in several regions

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Chaplyne train station
24/08/2022
25 dead, 31 injured

The Russians launched a rocket attack on the railway station in the Dnipropetrovsk region

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30/07/2022
7 dead, 19 injured

The Russians fired cluster bombs at a public transport stop in Mykolaiv

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prison in Olenivka,
29/07/2022
More than 50 dead, number of injured unknown (counting)

Mass murder of Ukrainian POWs in temporarily occupied Olenivka

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