Highlights of March 23, 2022
March 23, 2022, 2:46 PM

Highlights of March 23, 2022

1. Twenty-four people have been found dead under the rubble of the building of the Kharkiv Regional Administration. This building was shelled to ashes by the Russians on March 1.

2. Kateryna Dyachenko, a Ukrainian 11-year old gymnast, tragically died after her home in Mariupol was bombed. The tragedy was reported by Kateryna’s coach Anastasia Meshchanenkova on her Instagram.

3. The Russian invaders killed a woman in Trostyanets, Sumy region, who was just riding her bicycle.

4. The Russian shell hit a multi-story building in Rubizhne, Luhansk region. Three people were killed, including two children.

5. The occupants shelled Mykolayiv. As a result, a storage facility and ten cars were set on fire, as well as an apartment building — two people were killed.

6. The Russian occupants destroyed the building of the Art Museum Named After Arkhip Kuindzhi in Mariupol. The original paintings by Aivazovsky (a Russian painter), Gluschenko (a Russian painter), Yablonska (a Ukrainian painter), Deregus (a Ukrainian painter), and others were displayed at the museum. The distraction of Russian art does not go well with the statements of the Russian invaders on the protection of the rights and interests of the Russian-speaking people in Ukraine.

7. Oksana Baulina, the journalist of the Russian media “The Insider”, and another civilian were killed in Kyiv by gunfire. Oksana was documenting the Russians’ war in Ukraine for the Russian media.

This is a real-time list of Russia’s terror, war crimes, and genocide against the Ukrainians. Russians attack, kill and terrorize unarmed civilians. Since the start of the war, Russians killed more civilians than professional military servants in Ukraine. Russia is not going to stop in Ukraine. Help Ukraine: close the sky, ask to dispatch more military, financial, and humanitarian help.

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