Eleven civilians were killed and 13 wounded overnight during Russian bombing of Nikopol district in the Dnipropetrovsk region of eastern Ukraine.
"Tragic night. In Nikopol district, the Russian army killed 11 people and injured 13. The enemy bombed the district with 80 rockets at residential areas. It deliberately hit while people slept in their homes," he wrote. on Telegram the head of the Dnipropetrovsk regional military administration Valentyn Reznichenko, quoted by UNIAN.
Parolin, the attacked person cannot be asked to give up weapons - Chronicle
In the war between Russia and Ukraine, as in all conflicts, "disarmament is the only adequate and decisive response to these problems, as the Magisterium of the Church maintains. Read, for example, St. John's encyclical Pacem in terris XXIII (ANSA)
A woman was killed last night in a Russian attack on the outskirts of Zaporizhzhia, in the territory where the largest nuclear power plant in Europe is located.
Ukrinform reports it.
"An attack on the Kushuhum settlement is known. Three houses were destroyed, another 30 were damaged. Unfortunately, one woman was killed," Mayor Anatoliy Kurtiev wrote on Telegram.
According to preliminary information, Ukrainian air defense units shot down two Russian missiles.
Zaporizhzhia, Russia calls for a meeting of the UN - World Security Council
Russia has asked for a meeting of the UN Security Council "on the recent Ukrainian attacks against the nuclear power plant in Zaporizhzhia and the catastrophic consequences they could entail".
Russian forces occupying the Zaporizhzhia nuclear power plant in southeastern Ukraine are preparing to connect the power plant to the Crimea, annexed by Moscow in 2014, and are damaging it by redirecting its electricity production: their plan is to damage all lines of the nuclear power plant and to remove the connection to the Ukrainian electricity system. "This was stated by the Ukrainian operator Energoatom, quoted by the Guardian.