Ukraine war: Dozens killed as rockets strike Kramatorsk train station in east

personal belongings of victims and burnt-out vehicles after a rocket attack on the railway station in the eastern city of Kramatorsk, in the Donbass region on April 8, 2022.
personal belongings of victims and burnt-out vehicles after a rocket attack on the railway station in the eastern city of Kramatorsk, in the Donbass region on April 8, 2022. Copyright HERVÉ BAR / AFP
By Alasdair SandfordAP, AFP
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Dozens were killed and hundreds were wounded after two rockets hit Kramatorsk station in eastern Ukraine, used by many evacuees in recent days.

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The war in Ukraine is taking on a new dimension with growing evidence of human rights atrocities by Russian troops as they retreated from the Kyiv region and other parts of the north.

Despite Moscow's blanket denials, horrific discoveries of civilian murders and other barbaric acts are coming to light.

As Putin's forces concentrate their offensive on eastern Ukraine, NATO has promised Kyiv more weapons and Western nations are tightening sanctions against Moscow.

_Follow Friday's events as they unfolded below: _

For a summary of Thursday's developments, click here.

Additional sources • Reuters

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