More than 2,000 civilians died in first week of Russian invasion of Ukraine

More than 2,000 civilians died in first week of Russian invasion of Ukraine

More than 2,000 innocent civilians have been killed so far in Vladimir Putin’s savage invasion of Ukraine, the country’s emergency service says.

The figure comes amid warnings the Russian leader knows ‘no limit’ on violence.

There are fears his soldiers will become more brutal in the coming days as he’s left fuming at the force of the Ukrainian resistance.

A hospital was damaged in missile strikes and family homes burned to the ground on Tuesday.

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Five people lost their lives after Kyiv’s main TV tower was bombed, meaning some state broadcasting was knocked out.

Strikes that damaged the Babi Yar Holocaust memorial in Kyiv and the central square in Kharkiv have caused revulsion.

Western leaders believe it could be a sign of a shift in Russian tactics towards indiscriminate targeting of urban areas.

In a chilling caution, Russia’s foreign minister Sergei Lavrov said today a third World War would be ‘nuclear and destructive’.

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