besides kherson, The Russians set up torture chambers for children Even in the Kharkiv region during their occupation. This was denounced by the Commissioner for Human Rights of the Verkhovna Rada Dmitry Lubinets, citing Okrynska Pravda. “Personally, I saw two torture chambers in Balaklia, Kharkiv Oblast, opposite each other. There was a boy who was 90 days in. He said he was tortured: they cut him with a knife, heated the metal and burned part of it, took him out several times to beat and shoot him in the head.
Ukrainian air defenses shot down “all” 13 drones launched by Russian forces this morning On the attack on Kyiv: Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky said.
The city’s military administration announced that two administrative buildings in the Shevchenkivsky district of Kiev were damaged due to the wreckage of one of the drones launched today by Russian forces against the Ukrainian capital, according to the Kyiv Independent newspaper. For his part, the deputy head of the president’s office, Kirillo Tymoshenko, reported that a house in the village of Vyshnvi – in the Kyiv region – was also damaged in the aftermath of the attack. The attack followed media reports yesterday that Washington was finalizing a plan to send Patriot air defense missiles to Kyiv.
One of the kamikazes launched this morning in the Russian attack on Kyiv was marked “For Ryazan!!!” In Russian: The spokeswoman for the capital’s rescue services, Svetlana Vodolaga, told Ukrainian radio Hromadske: The Guardian publishes two photos of fragments of the offending drone that were taken by the unofficial Telegram channel. On December 5, a Russian military air base in the western city of Ryazan was attacked. According to the Russian Defense Ministry, three soldiers were killed in the attack and a Russian Tu-95 bomber – used to attack Ukraine – was damaged. Kyiv has not officially claimed responsibility for the attack, but the Ukrainian Air Defense Forces have released photos of the aftermath of the attack with the caption: Ryazan. Rest in peace’.
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