Matrona Timofijivna, born in Kursk

Матрона Тимофіївна бажає, щоб російські матері та сестри припинили відправляти своїх синів на безглузду війну, тому що їм не потрібно бачити їхню смерть. […]

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This is the behavior of a maniac who has no purpose

What is the purpose of the shelling of Kharkiv’s public infrastructure by Russian troops, and does this purpose exist at all? This is the topic of the interview conducted by Petro Pojman with Volodymyr Tymoshko, head of the Main Department of the National Police in the Kharkiv region, at the site of the kindergarten fired at by missiles, August 30, 2022. Kharkiv, Ukraine.

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Kharkiv. Chronicles of the Attack on the City. Day 139 (12.07.2022)

Muscovite shelling of Kharkiv increased slightly during the day. They launched another missile strike early in the morning at a target in Pavlove Pole. In the middle of the day, an industrial zone in the southeast of the city was shelled with rocket artillery. There are wounded. Kharkiv oligarch Oleksandr Yaroslavsky, owner of the DCH company, returned to Ukraine after fleeing in mid-February 2022 due to a car accident. The car he was likely driving hit and killed a man. […]

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Kharkiv. Chronicles of the Attack on the City. Day 138 (11.07.2022)

The day was generally calm but difficult. The muscovites shelled the northeastern outskirts of the city with rocket artillery, killing six people and injuring 31. The morning began with three rocket strikes in different areas of the city. As a result, an apartment building, a school, and warehouses were partially destroyed, school and warehouses as well. Because of the attacks, transit operations on the Saltivka metro line and a number of bus, trolleybus, and tram routes in Saltivka were temporarily suspended. Regional and city authorities announced that the new academic year in schools and universities will begin remotely. […]

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Kharkiv. Chronicles of the Attack on the City. Day 136 (09.07.2022)

The day was relatively quiet overall, but there were some isolated instances of shelling on the northern outskirts of the city. A rocket attack struck the city center in the morning, destroying an apartment building and leaving numerous people wounded. An architectural group proposed a project to restore Pivnichna Saltivka, but the idea is highly questionable due to the constant shelling of that area and the threat of similar strikes in the future on the northern outskirts. […]

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Kharkiv. Chronicles of the Attack on the City. Day 135 (08.07.2022)

There was no direct shelling of Kharkiv on this day. There were rocket attacks on eastern suburbs at night and western and northern suburbs in the evening. Municipal workers are helping to build defensive fortifications around Kharkiv and in the region. Volunteers are helping to restore a kindergarten in Pavlove Pole after it was shelled repeatedly in March. The soap opera around the suspension of the Deputy Chairman of the Kharkiv Regional Council, Bohdan Malyovany (who has a muscovite passport), continues. […]

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Kharkiv. Chronicles of the Attack on the City. Day 128 (01.07.2022)

The first day of July was relatively quiet, although the muscovites did strike Kharkiv suburbs and its surroundings in the evening. After saying that it would be impossible to take USSR emblems down from the City Council building (citing the city legal department), the Council backpedaled, and by the evening city workers had already covered all soviet symbols on the building with fabric. Terekhov wants to replace one of the USSR emblems with a Kharkiv one (which Katherine II approved as a replacement of the Cossack emblem of the city). Hospitals of the Saltivka medical campus, which numerous times suffered from targeted strikes by the muscovites, will be repaired. Overall, 126 medical establishments have been damaged by shelling in the Kharkiv region. […]

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Kharkiv. Chronicles of the Attack on the City. Day 112 (15.06.2022)

Individual strikes on Kharkiv’s northern suburbs continue. There was a threat of a missile strike almost the entire day, and people were asked not to leave their homes and shelters unless absolutely necessary. Either scammers or muscovite agents started hanging posters on behalf of Zhylkomservis, instructing residents to leave their apartment doors unlocked so that Territorial Defense troops can enter without causing damage in order to establish combat positions, starting on 15 June and until the end of hostilities. International Criminal Court Prosecutor Karim Khan paid a visit to the city. He inspected the sites of muscovite shelling in Pivnichna Saltivka, city center, and other areas.  According to the Kharkiv Regional Prosecutor’s Office, muscovite shelling has damaged 224 educational institutions in Kharkiv and 150 in other settlements of the region. […]