Ukrainian Mall targeted by Russia: Search and Rescue continues as 18 are declared dead

Smoke billows after a Russian missile struck a crowded shopping mall, in Kremenchuk, Ukraine, Monday, June 27, 2022. (Viacheslav Priadko via AP)

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Important Takeaways:

  • ‘War Crime’: Russia Strikes Ukrainian Mall with Missile, Killing at Least 18 Civilians and Wounding Dozens
  • Rescuers in Ukraine searched through the rubble of a shopping mall today, looking for more victims of a Russian missile strike that killed at least 18 people on Monday. At least 59 others needed medical assistance and 25 of them were hospitalized.
  • Western leaders meeting at a G-7 Summit in Germany condemned Russia’s aggression and violations of human rights. The G-7 leaders said, “Indiscriminate attacks on innocent civilians constitute a war crime.”
  • The strike came during a barrage of Russian missile strikes all across Ukraine, including in the capital of Kyiv. Wayne Jordash, a British lawyer helping Ukraine to investigate war crimes, said there appear to be no military targets near the mall that could even be used as a pretext for the mall attack, but the investigation is ongoing. He did say a factory nearby was also hit.

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