Russia has killed 50 people at Kramatorsk railway station and European leaders have visited Kyiv and Bucha. The Main News on April 8

Residential building in Borodyanka in the Kyiv oblast, destroyed by Russia’s forces. By Serhii Korovainyi

TOP NEWS: Russia attacked the railway station in Kramatorsk with the missile Tochka-U. 50 people have been killed, including five children. Russia’s forces rape children at the temporarily occupied Ukrainian territories. European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen and EU High Representative Josep Borrell visited Bucha. The Embassies of European countries to return back to Kyiv. Allies continue to provide weapons to Ukraine.

PHOTO OF THE DAY: Russia attacked the railway station in Kramatorsk with the missile Tochka-U with the inscription “For children”. Dozens of people have been killed, including five children

Russia’s missile Tochka-U, used by Russian forces to attack the railway station in Kramatorsk

The powerful Russia’s Tochka-U rocket landed outside the main station building where 4,000 people were waiting to be evacuated. 50 people killed, including five children. 

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European leaders reacts to the attack on Kramatorsk

European Council President Charles Michel, chief European diplomat Josep Borrell and British Foreign Secretary Liz Truss have condemned the attack on the railway station in Kramatorsk.

Russia struck Kramatorsk with soviet tactical ballistic missile Tochka-U

Russian propaganda channels reported a missile strike against the Ukrainian Army at the railway station in Kramatorsk. These posts have been immediately deleted after the appearance of photos with killed civilians.

Russia’s forces rape children at the temporarily occupied Ukrainian territories

Russian forces raped children during the occupation of Bucha and Irpin. This was reported by the Verkhovna Rada Commissioner for Human Rights Lyudmila Denisova.

Russian forces abducted more than 120,000 Ukrainian children

According to information from several sources, more than 121,000 children have already been forcibly deported to Russia. These are both orphans and those children who have parents.

European leaders visited Bucha

European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen, EU High Representative Josep Borrell and Slovak Prime Minister Eduard Heger together with Ukrainian Prime Minister Denis Shmygal visited Bucha.

Russia’s forces appropriated humanitarian aid for Melitolol residents

Russian forces appropriated humanitarian aid to Melitopol residents. Truck drivers were forced to leave all cargo to Russia’s forces. 

In Kyiv, Russian forced damaged 208 residential buildings during the war

In Kyiv, 208 residential buildings, 46 schools, 29 kindergartens and one orphanage have been damaged by Russia’s shelling since the start of the Russian invasion of Ukraine.

Slovakia has provided Ukraine with air defense systems

Slovakia has provided Ukraine with S-300 air defense systems. 

Australia will provide Ukraine with Bushmaster Protected Mobility Vehicles

The first three of the 20 Bushmaster Protected Mobility Vehicles will arrive in Ukraine soon. 

Pink Floyd recorded a song to support Ukraine

Pink Floyd has recorded a new song for the first time since 1994. This is a cover of the Ukrainian song “Oh, the Red Viburnum in the Meadow” (or “Oi u luzi chervona kalyna”) called by Pink Floyed “Hey, Hey, Rise Up!”.

The Lithuanian and Latvian Embassies returned to Kyiv

Lithuanian Ambassador Valdemaras Sarapinas and Latvian diplomats have returned to the Ukrainian capital. The Estonian ambassador also plans to return to Kyiv in the coming days.

Latvia passes law to make May 9 day of remembrance for Ukraine war victims

The parliament of the Republic of Latvia passed in the final a bill designating May 9 a day of remembrance for victims of the war in Ukraine.

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