Girl, 11, and boy, 14, are among 30 killed after Putin’s missiles obliterate humanitarian convoy

Girl, 11, and boy, 14, are among 30 killed after Putin’s missiles obliterate humanitarian convoy

Ukrainian officials reported today that a Russian strike in southern Ukraine destroyed a humanitarian convoy, killing dozens of civilians, including an 11-year-old child and a 14-year-old male.

A caravan of civilian cars in the southern Zaporizhzhia region was shelled as they waited to cross into the Russian-controlled territory, according to Ukraine, resulting in at least 30 fatalities and 88 injuries.

Igor Klymenko, the head of the national police of Ukraine, reported: “Another Russian war crime in Zaporizhzhia resulted in 30 dead and 88 wounded. An 11-year-old girl and a 14-year-old boy are two among the deceased.

The body of a man wearing a checkered jumper is seen inside a car with blown-out windows and his tattooed hand is still gripping the steering wheel in pictures taken at the scene when a single rocket fell near to a line of cars.

As a woman’s body falls on the ground covered in blood, her golden rings and purple manicure are clearly apparent.

In the early hours of Friday, the automobiles were moving out of Zaporizhzhia, a city under Ukrainian control, into neighbouring Russian-occupied territory.

The Zaporizhzhia region’s governor, Oleksandr Starukh, said that all of the fatalities were caused by citizens traveling through Russian-occupied area to deliver relief and attempt to elude their families.

After the explosion, President Zelensky called Russia “bloodthirsty filth,” saying that “only complete terrorists could accomplish this.” You will undoubtedly provide an explanation. For each Ukrainian life lost!

One of Zelensky’s top advisors, Kyrylo Tymoshenko, described the strike as “inhumane” and said that a total of 16 S-300 anti-aircraft missiles were fired by Russia into Ukrainian territory, four of which landed and destroyed the line of automobiles as well as a neighboring auto market.

Moscow-aligned groups said Kiev was responsible for the assault.

It surprised me.

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According to Ukrainian sources, a Russian missile struck a column of cars leaving the city of Zaporizhzhia into Russian-occupied territory, killing at least 25 civilians and injuring another 28.

Medical personnel care for the injured after a missile attack this morning that struck a humanitarian convoy leaving the occupied Ukrainian city of Zaporizhzhia for neighbouring Russian territory.

As people prepared to enter nearby Russian-occupied area to see family and give relief, a single missile exploded close to the convoy, shattering the vehicles with shrapnel.

A body is lying close to a line of cars carrying supplies that was leaving the city of Zaporizhzhia, which is under Ukrainian control, towards the surrounding Russian-occupied region.

The direction the missile shrapnel would have traveled before striking the automobiles and killing or injuring the occupants is visible from the missile crater looking towards the cars.




At least 25 persons have been killed when Russian missiles attacked a civilian convoy leaving the Ukrainian-occupied city of Zaporizhzhia towards the adjoining Russian-occupied region.

A body is covered by a blanket in the southern Ukrainian city of Zaporizhzhia after a Russian airstrike struck a convoy carrying supplies for Russian-occupied area.

The body of a civilian killed in a missile attack near Zaporizhzhia is next to Ukrainian service members.

After the early-morning missile strike that left at least 25 people dead and many injured, emergency personnel and investigators examine the wreckage of the vehicles left behind.

The missile attack happened only a few hours before President Putin is scheduled to deliver a speech in which he would announce that Zaporizhzhia and three other territories will be annexed to Russia in order to “defend” them.

An early morning missile strike near the city of Zaporizhzhia left a van in ruins that a Ukrainian soldier is now inspecting.




Military analyst Col. Mikhail Khodarenok said on Rossiya 1 TV: “We promise that our nuclear missile shield is not deteriorated, is in full operational condition, and is ready for prompt action.”

The “Iron Doll” of Putin, presenter Olga Skabeyeva, retorted, “In other words, the good news by the end of 2022 is that we are certain to destroy [the West].”

Photos from Zaporizhzhia showed survivors sifting through the debris as they passed by at least two victims lying on the ground and a road filled with blown-out cars.

Four of the twelve bodies that a witness saw were in cars. The witness also claimed that a missile had created a crater on the ground close to two rows of cars at a car market.

The impact had hurled dirt into the air and shot shrapnel at the automobiles. The majority of the automobiles and three vans had their windows blown out.

The cars were crammed with luggage, blankets, and personal items.

In one of them, a man’s body was positioned with his left hand still gripping the steering wheel, leaning from the driver’s seat into the passenger one.

The enemy launched a rocket strike on a humanitarian convoy carrying civilians as it left the regional center, according to Oleksandr Starukh, the governor of Zaporizhzhia, who posted the following on Telegram.

People waited in line to get to the temporarily seized region, pick up their loved ones, or transport help.

Rescuers, medical personnel, and all pertinent services are currently on the scene.

The bodies of a woman and a young man in the green automobile in front of them were covered in plastic sheets. The young man in the back seat was sitting close to a dead cat.

In front of that car, a white minivan with two bodies inside lay with its windows shot out and its sides pocked with shrapnel.




Following a Russian army attack on a convoy of cars en route to bring help in Russian-occupied territory, a Ukrainian police officer examines the destroyed trucks.

According to Ukraine, the cars were waiting at a checkpoint on their way out of Zaporizhzhia when Russia fired a salvo of missiles, one of which hit nearby and tore them apart with shrapnel.

Russian military attacked a convoy of cars close to the Ukrainian-controlled city of Zaporizhzhia, leaving behind destroyed vehicles.

In the aftermath of a Russian missile assault in Zaporizhzhia, police officers and medical personnel work close to damaged cars.

Zaporizhzhia, a city in southern Ukraine, is governed by Kiev’s armed forces, but Russians live nearby and want to seize the area, according to Putin, who will speak today.

Putin will preside over a treaty-signing announcing the annexation of four regions of Ukraine – the breakaway People’s Republics of Luhansk and Donetsk, Kherson, and Zaporizhzhia – at an official ceremony today in St George’s Hall in the Grand Kremlin Palace, where marble plaques engraved in gold honor Russian military heroes.

A Security Council meeting is presided over by President Vladimir Putin via video hookup from Moscow.

Moscow’s Red Square is the site of performance preparations as buildings read “Donetsk, Luhansk, Zaporizhzhia, Kherson, Russia” in the distance. Also visible in the backdrop are St. Basil’s Cathedral and the Lenin Mausoleum.




A woman who provided her name as Nataliya claimed that she and her husband had travelled to Zaporizhzhia to see their children.

We were going back to visit my 90-year-old mother. We have escaped harm. Standing next to their automobile with her husband, she said, “It’s a miracle.”

Russia claimed Ukraine was to blame for the hit, and denied any involvement.

It was released in advance of Putin’s significant speech at the Kremlin today, in which he will formally declare his plan to annexe the seized parts of Ukraine to Russia.

In the past few days, referendums on the matter have been held by Russian-backed proxy administrations in the four regions of Ukraine that Russian soldiers at least partially occupy: Kharkiv, Donetsk, Kherson, and Zaporizhzhia.

After Russian attacks on Ukraine’s Dnipro region on Friday, September 30, a picture of burning parking lot vehicles was taken.

This morning, Russia bombarded Ukrainian cities with missiles, rockets, and drone suicide attacks. Pictures show that a missile attack on Dnipro destroyed a fleet of buses.

They assert that the vote, which was taken under duress, revealed resounding majorities in favor of joining the “motherland.”

The move nevertheless signals a turning point in the war, despite the fact that Ukraine and its allies have called the elections a fraud and declared they will never recognize the results.

Putin will now be able to claim, at least to his own people, that Ukrainian efforts to liberate these areas constitute an attack on Russia.

That would enable him to intensify the conflict in retaliation, possibly even using nuclear weapons if the populace bought into the narrative.

In a speech last week, Putin threatened to use nuclear weapons, and since then, his friends, notably Dmitry Medvedev, the head of the security council, have repeated the threat numerous times.

As a prelude to his insane plan to illegitimately annex 15% of Ukrainian territory to the Russian Federation, Kremlin tyrant Vladimir Putin issued decrees last night recognizing Kherson and Zaporizhzhia in the south and east of the country as separate entities.




Election workers with a clear ballot box (left) and armed Russian police enter an apartment building in the occupied territory of Ukraine (right)

Putin and his successors are prohibited from ceding any territory once it has been obtained under a change to the Russian constitution made in 2020, thus once the annexation is complete today, it will be irreversible until Ukraine is able to effectively reclaim the stolen area. It will be impossible to withdraw even a small amount as part of a future peace agreement with Kiev.

Putin will preside over a treaty-signing ceremony today in St. George’s Hall of the Grand Kremlin Palace, where marble plaques with gold engravings honor Russian military heroes. The ceremony will announce the annexation of four regions of Ukraine, including the breakaway People’s Republics of Luhansk and Donetsk, Kherson, and Zaporizhzhia.

Following the annexation by Russia, celebrations are scheduled for both the occupied regions as well as in Moscow’s Red Square, where Putin is anticipated to give a speech outlining why he believes Ukraine has no right to exist independently.

The staged election was held in Kherson, Zaporizhzhia, Donetsk, and Luhansk after a phony five-day vote that was completely manipulated in favor of joining Putin’s Russia. Majorities of up to 99% in favor of joining were reportedly reported by Moscow’s proxies in the seized regions. However, the governments of Ukraine and the West referred to those elections as fraudulent, illegitimate, and held under duress.

The action is anticipated to be approved by the Duma, the fake parliament of Russia, next week. It is an exact replica of how Moscow behaved in 2014 when it used a phony Crimean referendum as a cover to invade and seize the Ukrainian peninsula.

Putin faces danger as a result of the annexation. Ukraine took the lead this month by defeating Russian forces in the northeastern Kharkiv region after months of grueling, attritional combat.

Putin also enacted a controversial partial mobilization last week, which caused thousands of men of fighting age to leave the nation. Even ardent Kremlin loyalists have expressed displeasure with the call-disorganized up’s nature, and yesterday, Putin himself declared that “all mistakes must be addressed.”

With a threat of a “severe” response, Kiev declared that the annexation votes would not deter its armed troops from attempting to retake its forcibly taken area. Russia promises to defend all of its territory, including recently seized areas, using all tools at its disposal, including nuclear weapons.

Supporters of Ukraine in the West have referred to the staged referendums on whether to submit to Russian administration as a blatant “land grab” based on fabrications.

They claim that during an election without impartial observers in a region from where thousands of residents have fled or been forcibly deported, some people were made to vote under threat of violence.

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