THE LAST STONE IS FOR THE DICTATOR
On 16 March 2022, the Donetsk Regional Drama Theatre in Mariupol, Ukraine, was bombed during the Russian invasion of Ukraine. Mariupol theatre was a civilian shelter for pregnant women and children. “CHILDREN” was spelled on the two sides of the theatre just before the bombing.
On the 1st of April images of the Bucha massacre, mass killing, torture, mutilation (including beheadings) and rape of Ukrainian civilians by the Russian Armed Forces appeared on the internet; 280 people were buried in mass graves.
On 5 March 2022, a Russian rocket killed 50 people at the railway station in the eastern city of Kramatorsk, in the Donbas where refugees were trying to leave. Pieces of dead bodies, toys soaked in blood and a fragment of a Tochka-U missile where found on the ground as soldiers were clearing the station. At least five children were killed in the blast.
On the 24th of February Russia invaded Ukraine with a full-scale military attack. The disaster goes on as we speak. These are only a few of the atrocities that the Russian Army committed against civilians in Ukraine.