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Terrifying moment Russian shell kills six civilians as they queue at a post office to receive humanitarian aid

HORROR video shows the moment a Russian shell hits a line of civilians, killing six of them as they queued to receive humanitarian aid.

Footage shows residents of the eastern city of Kharkiv waiting in line at the post office when a car suddenly explodes.

The moment the shell hit the line of civilians

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The moment the shell hit the line of civilians
The body of a man being carried into an ambulance

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The body of a man being carried into an ambulancePhoto credit: Reuters

The attack on civilians is the latest outrage committed by Vladimir Putin’s forces Ukraine.

Frightened people can be seen running for their lives after the explosion, with bodies lying on the ground.

A harrowing image shows the body of a dead man being lifted into an ambulance by paramedics.

Regional governor Oleg Synyegubov confirmed the atrocity, which took place on March 24, in a social media post.

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Russia “DEFEATED” in the battle for Kyiv and will now only “liberate” separatists.

“The Russians fired long-range weapons at an office in Nova Poshta, near where Kharkiv residents received assistance,” he wrote, referring to a local postal delivery service.

“According to preliminary information, six civilians were killed and 15 others injured and hospitalized,” he added.

At least 300 people are said to have died in the Mariupol Theater bombing after Putin’s brutal troops attacked women and children ducking to safety.

At that time, up to 1,200 frightened people sought shelter in the theater in the south harbour attacked by the Russians earlier this month.

The building was attacked even though the word “Children” was written outside the building.

The historic building was used as a safe haven Russia’s relentless shelling of the citywith meals provided and people sleeping there overnight.

After 10 desperate days of rescuing survivors from the rubble, the Mariupol City Council has now confirmed that at least 300 people are believed to have died in the horror bombing – the largest single loss of life in the war to date.


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Satellite images showed the word “children” written in large white letters in Russian outside the front and back of the building, space technology company Maxar said.

The pilot of the Russian plane, who ignored the warning signs, was branded a monster by Ukraine.

Drone footage shows Mariupol was almost completely destroyed, but 100,000 people live in the rubble.

Despite the slaughter, hundreds of Ukrainians are lining up in the bombed-out city for humanitarian aid.

They risked death in a desperate attempt to get food and water against a backdrop of bombed apartment blocks.

Russian soldiers stood nearby as besieged residents sought help in a town of typically 400,000 people.

People in the queue ran for their lives after the grenade hit

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People in the queue ran for their lives after the grenade hit

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Bobby Allyn

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