A missile strike hit the village of Hroza in Ukraine, killing at least 52 people and injuring at least 7 others. The attack was conducted while residents gathered in a memorial service at the cafe, killing at least one-sixth of the village’s population. The U.N. human rights chief sent a team to the site of the missile strikes, which were among the war’s deadliest.
The attack was conducted by Russian Armed Forces, and there were no military targets in the village. The attack has been described as “inhuman” and “deliberate” by Ukrainian officials. Emergency services continued search and rescue operations on Friday, but they said they had no hope of finding any survivors.
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