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BREAKING: Russia Bombs Children’s Hospital, ‘Destruction is Colossal’



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An “atrocity” where “the destruction is colossal” is how the bombing site of a Ukrainian children’s hospital is being described by authorities. Ukraine accused Russia on Wednesday of bombing the hospital in Mariupol during an agreed ceasefire. The ceasefire was supposed to allow civilians a moment to escape the war.

“Direct strike of Russian troops at the maternity hospital. People, children are under the wreckage,” Volodymyr Zelensky said on Twitter. “Russia had said it would hold fire to let thousands of civilians flee Mariupol and other besieged cities on Wednesday. But the city council said the hospital had been hit several times by an air strike” reports Reuters.

“The destruction is colossal,” said the city council in an online post. President Volodymyr Zelensky called it an “atrocity”. Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov, asked by Reuters for comment on the reported bombing, said: “Russian forces do not fire on civilian targets.”

The Ukrainian Foreign Ministry posted video footage of what it said was the hospital showing holes where windows should have been in a three-story building. 17 people were wounded, including women in labor. Reuters said the reports could not immediately be verified.

Reuters reports:

Earlier Ukraine’s Foreign Minister Dmytro Kuleba said Russia had broken the ceasefire around the southern port, which lies between Russian-backed separatist areas of eastern Ukraine and Crimea, annexed by Moscow from Ukraine in 2014.

“Russia continues holding hostage over 400,000 people in Mariupol, blocks humanitarian aid and evacuation. Indiscriminate shelling continues,” he wrote on Twitter. “Almost 3,000 newborn babies lack medicine and food.”

Ukraine officials have also said that at least 1,170 civilians had been killed in Mariupol since the start of the invasion. A gruesome 47 people were buried in a mass grave on Wednesday. It was not possible to verify the figures, reported Reuters.

Russia’s defence ministry blamed Ukraine for the failure of the evacuation and said that the situation faced by civilians in Mariupol had reached a “catastrophic scale”. A senior U.S. defence official said there were indications Russia’s military was using so-called “dumb” bombs that are not precision-guided and that Washington had observed “increasing damage to civilian infrastructure and civilian casualties”.

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  1. SeeingDouble

    March 10, 2022 at 6:06 pm

    Are we supposed to believe *this* really dubious report after all of the proven fake news reports coming out about this conflict? A children’s hospital? “What a monster! I knew Putin was a monster!” I mean, c’mon. Next thing you know, they’ll be reporting this monster is “putting kids in cages!” or “ripping them from their mother’s arms!” Oh, wait…

  2. Frankenator

    March 10, 2022 at 6:10 pm

    Reconvene Nurenburg.

  3. Chris Bottle

    March 10, 2022 at 8:21 pm

    Hi Sarah. I’ve seen pictures on other websites of Ukrainian civilians being trained in how to use weapons in front of an empty building. That building looks suspiciously like the bombed “hospital”. In light of the news of the “Ukrainian” bio-labs is anybody telling the truth anymore? Apart from a great show the other day by Tucker Carlson revealing all about this, nobody else has said anything. I’m writing from Melbourne, Australia and even Sky News. our version of Fox, as of yesterday hadn’t mentioned the labs. A sad state of affairs isn’t it?

  4. Stan Stanfield

    March 10, 2022 at 11:27 pm

    Since the Dark forces are going all-out to paint Russia as the Bad Guy in this conflict – even to denying what has now been admitted, that there are bioweapons labs in Ukraine; a potential crime against humanity, were such pathogens to be released (with some evidence that they have already been released, in some trial runs) – and nothing is beyond what they would do to win the day on their side, being mostly atheists and having no morals, I would be careful to buy their take on this event. And Reuters? Not a good source of true information. It’s time for Truth to prevail in our communications, not all of this propaganda, which leaves one to doubt most of what the MSM attempts to get us to believe.

  5. Mike

    March 11, 2022 at 5:10 pm

    It has been a fact (United Nations statements) that AZOV has been bombing and shelling citizens in eastern Ukraine since 2014. AZOV is the main element of the Ukraine army stationed in eastern Ukraine and are Nazis. Swastika is on their flag.

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Columbia alumni are also anti-Israel, threaten to withhold $77 million in donations



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2,000 people claiming to be Columbia University alumni have signed a letter pledging to “withhold all financial, programmatic, and academic support” from the institution until it meets the demands of anti-Israel protesters. The result is $77 million in donations is at risk.

National Review reports that the letter, addressed to Columbia president Minouche Shafik and the school’s trustees, expresses support for the protesters who oppose the university’s “continued collaboration with the Israeli government’s ongoing genocidal violence against Palestinians.”

“The movement for Palestinian liberation, on campus and globally, is often led by Jewish people of many nations,” the letter says. “Weaponizing claims about antisemitism to silence student speech is based on faulty logic, harms Jewish students, and distracts from true antisemitism, including the attempts by a craven American right to tokenize, exploit, and appropriate Jewish trauma and resilience.”

There does not appear to be a process to verify that people who sign the letters are, in fact, Columbia alumni. It allows people to sign anonymously.

The letter condemns the “administration’s brutal repression of student speech and assembly,” specifically president Shafik’s decision to call in the New York Police Department Strategic Response Group on protesters. Hundreds of anti-Israel protesters were arrested at Columbia and at the City College of New York on April 30, including some who barricaded themselves inside a campus admissions building.

Signatories of the letter are pledging to withhold donations until the university meets 13 demands, including: that it divests from companies that “fund or profit from Israeli apartheid, genocide, and occupation of Palestine”; calls for a ceasefire in the Israel-Hamas war; removes Shafik as president; bans the NYPD from campus; and drops charges against student activists, reverses disciplinary measures against them, and finances the healthcare for students who were “brutalized” by the police.

The website where the letter is shared claims that the signatories have previously provided over $67 million in financial contributions to Columbia, and that over $77 million in donations are now at risk.

The letter also claims that the university “failed to hold accountable the former Israeli soldiers who carried out a chemical attack on protesting students in January 2024.” That seems to be a reference to an incident involving anti-Israel protesters who told the student-run Columbia Spectator that during a demonstration earlier this year they were sprayed with “skunk,” a chemical developed by the Israeli Defense Forces.

While this letter is from supporters of the anti-Israel protesters, Columbia has also received pushback from opponents who say the school is allowing protesters to break the law, disrupt the educational environment, and harass Jewish students, adds National Review.

On Monday, 13 federal judges sent a letter to Columbia leaders saying they will no longer hire the school’s students as clerks due to their behavior and the school’s mismanagement of anti-Israel protests, writing that “Columbia has disqualified itself from educating the future leaders of our country.”

New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft, a Columbia alumnus, said in April that he would withhold donations from the university due to the anti-Israel protests.

“I am deeply saddened at the virulent hate that continues to grow on campus and throughout our country,” Kraft said in a statement. “I am no longer confident that Columbia can protect its students and staff and I am not comfortable supporting the university until corrective action is taken.”





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