July 20, 2024

Rescuers carry a bag containing a body next to damaged residential buildings in Uman, south of Kyiv on April 28, 2023, after Russian missile strikes targeted several Ukrainian cities overnight. - Ukraine and Russia have been fighting since Moscow's February 2022 invasion and Ukraine says it has been preparing for months a counter-offensive aimed at repelling Russian forces from the territory they currently hold in the east and south. (Photo by Sergei SUPINSKY / AFP) (Photo by SERGEI SUPINSKY/AFP via Getty Images)

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The death rate in the Russian war has increased from 14 to 16 people after more two bodies were found in Uman.

Initially the number of dead bodies were 14 but after confirming the two numbers, It has risen to 16 dead bodies.

Its confirmed that the two other bodies  were reported in Dnipro city.

According to the post seen on the Telegram platform which was posted by Dnipropetrovsk Regional Prosecutor’s office its confirmed that the an old womaof 31years and a child of two years died. 

Most people in Russian government want this war to go on because they are generating alot from it where majority are loosing lives and property.

Russian’s president Putin has told us that “Museums should be built in our Russia as a remembrance for the war”.

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky said on Twitter earlier that one apartment building in Uman had been “destroyed” and many others damaged.

Both parties are splitting fire in away that this war is going to last for so long where by people are dying and property is being destroyed

Refuge camps and tents have been built to enable the survivors to access food, and shelter as well as clothing.

Here at uncovered news we suggest that the two government should come in harmony and emd this war peacefully.

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