Ten people dead after Russian troops fire at civilians in Chernihiv

Russian troops opened fire on people in a residential neighborhood in Chernihiv who were standing in line to buy bread, the suspilne.media website reported.

The shelling began around 10 a.m. At least 10 people were killed.

Since Russia’s attack on Ukraine began, the Chernihiv prosecutor’s office has opened at least 200 criminal cases that can be classified as war crimes. Among the most recent ones, two cases of killing civilians stand out.

On March 15, in Chernihiv Region, Russians fired at workers of an agricultural company who were on their way to work: one person was killed, and four were wounded.

On March 14, Russian soldiers opened fire on teenagers in a village near Chernihiv: 17-year-old twin brothers and a 19-year-old boy were killed.