The UN raises the civilian deaths in Ukraine to 1,081, but points out that its balance falls short due to lack of data


The United Nations has registereds 2,788 civilian casualties in Ukraine since Russia launched its military offensive on February 24, including 1,081 deceased, including 93 children, although the organization itself understands that the real data will be “considerably higher”. Most of the civilian casualties would correspond to the use of “wide impact” explosive weaponry, such as from artillery attacks to aerial bombardments, according to the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights, who is trying to produce an impartial account.

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