RUSSIAN forces have bombed a school in Luhansk causing two to die and up to 60 are feared to be dead as they remain under the debris.
Luhansk’s governor has said that two people were killed yesterday in a Russian bombing of a school.
Serhiy Gaidai said many people were sheltered in the building after the town’s bomb shelter had been destroyed earlier.
It is feared that around 60 people could have died as they remain under debris following the bombing, Reuters reported.
Presidential advisor Daria Herasymchuk described the invasion as “a war against children”.
The news comes as Boris Johnson has pledged a further £1.3 billion to help Ukraine as Putin’s ‘brutal attack’ is ‘threatening’ peace in Europe.
Britain’s Prime Minister Boris Johnson said in a statement on Saturday that he would be pledging more military aid to support Ukraine.
A further 1.3 billion pounds ($1.6 billion), double its previous spending commitments will go to supporting Ukrainians.
Boris Johnson said: “Putin’s brutal attack is not only causing untold devastation in Ukraine – it is also threatening peace and security across Europe.”
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