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Russian troops attacked a crowded train station in eastern Ukraine on Friday morning and dozens of people were reportedly killed.
Ukrainian Railways said more than 30 people were killed and more than 100 injured in the attack, Reuters reported.
“Two rockets hit the Kramatorsk station,” the Ukrainian railway company said. “According to operational data, more than 30 people were killed and more than 100 were injured in the rocket attack on the Kramatorsk railway station.”
The station is used to evacuate civilians.
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“Thousands of people were at the station during the missile attack, as residents of the Donetsk region are being evacuated to safer areas of Ukraine,” said Pavlo Kyrylenko, governor of the Donetsk region. on Telegram, according to the New York Times.
This marked the latest attack on civilians as evidence of the intentional killing of civilians in Bucha and other parts of the country grew, causing global outcry.
Josep Borrell, the European Union’s foreign policy chief, tweeted on Friday morning that he “strongly” condemned the “indiscriminate” attack.
“This is yet another attempt to close escape routes for those fleeing this unjustified war and to cause human suffering,” Borrell said.
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The attack came after the complete withdrawal of Russian troops from northern Ukraine, according to the British Ministry of Defence, with some forces redeploying to eastern Ukraine.