136 dead, including 13 children, in Russian invasion of Ukraine so far

On Sunday, only four days after the invasion began, Ukraine’s interior minister reported 352 civilians dead and nearly 1,600 injured.

Liz Throssell, the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights, said they’ve only been able to ‘cross-check’ 136 people, including 13 minors, but that the number is ‘likely to be substantially higher.’

Another 400 individuals, including 26 children, have been injured as a result of the fighting, according to Throssell.

She attributes much of the dead to the deployment of explosives with large impact zones and intense artillery shellings, as well as multiple launch rocket systems and aircraft.

A struggle in Kharkov claimed the life of Yevgeny Malyshev, a 19-year-old Ukrainian biathlete. He is said to have left the national team two years ago to join the club.

Marina Kalabina, an anesthesiologist in the Kyiv region, died as a result of the Russian troops’ shelling, according to Throssell.

According to Sky News, a Ukrainian police officer named Oleg Fedko lost five members of his own family as a result of Russia’s withdrawal from Crimea. Fedko’s entire family was slaughtered, including his 6-year-old daughter Sofia, a baby named Ivan, his wife Irina, father Oleg, and mother Anna.

According to a Ukrainian news agency, the family was attempting to flee in two automobiles when the attacks occurred on the outskirts of Kherson.

Polina, a young girl about the age of ten, was shot dead while attempting to flee with her family, according to iNews, with her younger brother and sister being so badly injured that they had to be rushed to the hospital.

According to Kyiv deputy mayor Volodymyr Bondarenko, who tweeted her photo as one of the first victims of the invasion, she and her parents were fatally murdered by a Russian reconnaissance squad who opened fire on their automobile.

A 6-year-old girl was discovered dead in her unicorn pajamas with her mother smeared in blood.

Alisa Hlans, 7, was one of six kindergartners killed in an attack on her school in Okhtyrka last Friday.

Despite the fact that Roman Brodsky, an Israeli DJ, was slain by Ukrainian military in a case of mistaken identity, his family continues to blame Putin, whom they refer to as “Dictator.”

Brodsky, a father of two, was slain while attempting to drive to Moldova in order to return to Israel.

His father said: ‘They thought he was Chechen or something’ and opened fire by mistake.

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