what to remember from the day of sunday 10 april

The conflict in Ukraine continued on this 46th day of clashes between Russian and Ukrainian forces. On the ground, Russia continued to bomb many cities, mainly in the east of the country.

The bombings claimed several victims and also destroyed Dnipro airport (east)† The Ukrainian Attorney General revealed that more than 1200 corpses were found around Kieva week after the discovery of numerous bodies in the suburb of Boutcha.

What should we remember from the day of this Sunday, April 10. We summarize.

1,222 bodies found in Kiev region, Ukraine announces

More than 1,222 bodies have been discovered so far in the Kiev regionpartly occupied by Russian troops for several weeks, the Attorney General of Ukraine Iryna Venediktova announced on the British channel on Sunday air news

She also reported on 5,600 investigations opened for alleged war crimes since the beginning of the Russian invasion on February 24.

Iryna Veneditkova, whose services have been coordinating the counting of the dead since the start of the war, did not specify Sunday whether the bodies found were those of civilians only.

In the town of Boucha alone, northwest of Kiev, which has become a symbol of the atrocities of the war in Ukraine, nearly 300 people have been buried in mass graves, according to a report released by Ukrainian authorities on April 2.

Also read: War in Ukraine: In Boutcha, the living coexist with the dead

Strikes continue in Kharkiv

Airstrikes and bombing of Ukraine continued: Sunday morning at least two people were killed in Kharkiv (east), the country’s second-largest city, and in the suburbs, regional governor Oleg Sinegoubov announced.

On Saturday, 10 civilians were also killed and at least 11 were injured in strikes around and southeast of Kharkov.

‘Russian army continues to wage war against civilians, for lack of victories at the front’accused the governor of the region.

During the night, it is located in the Mykolaiv region, about a hundred kilometers northeast of Odessathe country’s third-largest city and an important strategic port on the Black Sea, seven missiles had fallen, according to the local military command.

Update on the bombings in Ukraine as of April 10, 2022. | WEST FRANCE

Dnipro airport destroyed

The Russian army on Sunday fired missiles at various infrastructure and buildings in the Dnipro and Luhansk regions of central eastern and eastern Ukraine respectively, Ukrainian authorities said, resulting in the destruction of an airport.

The region’s governor, Valentin Reznitchenko, said emergency services went to a site hit by bombing in the city of Zvonetsky. He assured that a toll of the victims would be given later.

On Telegram messages, the governor also said that the airport in the city of Dnipro had been hit by the bombings. “The airport itself was destroyed, along with the nearby infrastructure. And the missiles fly and fly”he complained.

Earlier in the day, he said one person had been injured in Dnipro.

MENU. War in Ukraine: what to remember from the day of Sunday, April 10

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