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Russian shelling kills 1 person in Chornobaivka

by Nate Ostiller and The Kyiv Independent October 12, 2023 3:30 PM 1 min read
A Ukrainian soldier walks past a destroyed building of the International Airport of Kherson in the recently liberated village of Chornobaivka, on the outskirts of Kherson, on Nov. 19, 2022. (Ihor Tkachov/AFP via Getty Images)
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A 71-year-old man was killed after Russian shelling in Chornobaivka, Kherson Oblast, on Oct. 12, the regional military administration reported on Telegram.

In addition, the shelling injured a 70-year-old man and damaged a number of buildings.

The town was also shelled the previous day.

Russian forces struck other locations in Kherson Oblast on Oct. 11, including what appeared to be the deliberate targeting of a funeral vehicle that injured three.

Since the liberation of the city of Kherson and its outskirts in Nov. 2022, Russian forces have relentlessly shelled the area, causing numerous civilian deaths and injuries.

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