Digest 169 August 10, 2022. Russian War Crimes in Ukraine Facts and Evidences

In the night of August 9-10, russian invaders shelled from MLRS town of Marhanets and its suburbs, Dnipro region. 11 civilians were killed, two more died of wounds, and 11 more were injured. 20 houses, a school, the culture institution were damaged.

Source: Head of the Dnipro Regional Military Administration.


Ukrainian law enforcement officers have identified another russian war criminal. russian Senior Lieutenant Anton Struiev, call sign Berkut, tortured civilians and ordered to kill them. These war crimes were committed in the Brovary district, Kyiv region in February and March, 2022, during russian offensive in this area. The occupiers is officially under suspect and will be trialed.

Source: Security Service of Ukraine.


Ukrainian law enforcement officers found another body of victim of the russian aggression in the village of Mala Rohan close to Kharkiv. The man was tortured and killed in February or March, during the russian occupation of the village.

Source: Kharkiv Regional Police Department.


On August 10, russian aggressors shelled from MLRS the centre of the town of Bakhmut, Donetsk region. At least seven civilians were killed, and six more were injured.

Source: Donetsk Regional Prosecutor’s Office.


In the morning of August 10, russian invaders shelled the village of Kushuhum, Zaporizhia region. A female civilian was killed.

Source: Zaporizhia Regional Military Administration.


#BuchaMassacre 15 unidentified bodies of the people, 14 man and a woman, killed by russian occupiers in Bucha and neighbor villages have been buried. These bodies were found in two mass burials. Most of these people were tortured before the death.

Sources: local authorities, Suspilne media, REUTERS/Valentyn Ogirenko.


On August 9, two civilians were killed, and six more were injured by russian shelling in the government-controlled areas of the Donetsk region. Hostilities are ongoing.

Sources: Head of the Donetsk Regional Military Administration, Donetsk Regional Police Department.

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