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Prosecutors: Russia’s war has injured at least 631 children in Ukraine since Feb. 24

by The Kyiv Independent news desk June 30, 2022 9:47 AM 1 min read
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According to Ukraine's Prosecutor General’s Office, 341 children have been killed as of June 30. The figures are expected to be higher since they do not include casualties in areas where hostilities are ongoing and in the Russian-occupied areas, the prosecutors said.

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