Digest 91. May 24, 2022. Russian War Crimes in Ukraine Facts and Evidences

At least 234 Ukrainian children were killed, 433 injured since the large-scale russian invasion began.

Source: General Prosecutor’s Office


At least 707 Ukrainians, including 36 children, were killed in Kharkiv oblast since the large-scale russian invasion began. The data is being verified in the eastern areas of the region currently occupied by russian troops. Hostilities are ongoing.

Source: National Police Department of Kharkiv oblast


Russian aggressors continue heavy shelling, launch air strikes, and attempt the offensive in Donetsk and Luhansk oblasts. On May 23, at least 11 civilians were killed, 13 injured.

Source: Joint Forces Operation Press Service, Head of Luhansk Regional Military Administration


2 bodies of Ukrainians, killed by russian soldiers, were found on the outskirts of Kharkiv. They were murdered in March during the russian occupation of this area. One man was shot by a russian occupier in the yard near the private house in Mala Rohan village. Another man was killed in his car when fired at by the russian tank in Mala Vilkhivka village. Both bodies were exhumed for investigation of these russian war crimes.

Source: National Police Department in Kharkiv oblast


#BuchaMassacre. 5 russian servicemen and 3 Wagner group mercenaries are officially suspected of killing Motyzhyn village mayor, her husband and son in March. Motyzhyn is located in Bucha district, Kyiv oblast. These 8 russian occupiers tortured and killed other civilians, fired at and looted houses. Only three civilians stayed alive after contact with these war criminals.

Source: General Prosecutor’s Office, Security Service of Ukraine

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