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Ukrainian boy left with shrapnel in his head after Russian strike

After a Russian missile strike, a seven-year-old boy from Ukraine was left with severe burns and shrapnel on his head.

Emine Dzheppar, Ukraine’s foreign minister, shared a photo of Roman on Wednesday. He was hurt in the attack by Russian rockets on Vinnytsia’s central city.

Ms. Dzheppar stated that the child had suffered severe burns on almost half his body, which is 45%.

Roman is shown in this image lying on a hospital bed with bandages covering his entire head and covering his arm.

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Cruise missiles struck an office block last Thursday and caused damage to nearby homes. The fire spread to a parking lot and set cars ablaze.

Vinnytsia was hit by a Russian submarine. These were the most recent incidents in Ukraine to claim civilian lives.

The attack resulted in at least 24 deaths, including two children aged seven and eight years old, and more than 200 injuries.

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The four year-old girl Liza Dmytrieva was among those killed.

Image Liza Dmytrieva

Liza, a Down’s Syndrome sufferer, was also in the fun as her mother drove to see a speech therapist.

The explosion killed Liza and put Iryna, her mother, in a “grave situation” in an ICU.

Images of Liza’s dead body lying on the ground beside her blood-stained pram were posted by Ukraine’s emergency service and went viral.

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CCTV captured the moment Russia missiles struck the city of Vinnytsia

Volodymr Zelenskyy, the Ukrainian president, stated that Russia was destroying civilian populations, killing children and firing rockets at civilian targets every day. . . Where there is no military

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Ms Dzheppar said that Roman’s father discovered that his wife had died three days earlier after DNA tests.

The scene was captured on video and showed thick black smoke rising from a building as emergency personnel tackled the fire.

Russia repeatedly denied intentionally targeting civilians throughout the conflict in Ukraine.

Vinnytsia can be found 200km (125 miles) to the southwest of Kyiv, the capital.

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