Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy called for a sharp global response to Russia after its forces fired a missile at a crowded train station, killing at least 52 people.
Zelenskyy demands a sharp global response to Russia over 52-casualty train station rocket attack
Zelenskyy’s voice rose angrily during his nightly address late last night when he said the rocket fire at the Kramatorsk train station, where 4,000 people were trying to flee Russia’s impending offensive in the east, was another war crime.
Russia has denied responsibility for the attack. Children were among the dead, and dozens were seriously injured.