Kyiv: The Russian army bombed a mosque in which 80 people were


On Saturday, the Ukrainian government announced that the Russian army had bombed a mosque housing more than 80 people.

Among them are children in the Ukrainian city of Mariupol, according to the Associated Press.


The Ukrainian government said that Russian forces in the port city of Mariupol had built a mosque housing more than 80 people, as fighting raged on the outskirts of the capital, Kyiv.

There were no immediate reports of injuries as a result of the bombing that targeted the mosque.

The city of Mariupol witnessed heavy bombardment by the Russian forces, as the continuous shelling thwarted the repeated attempts to evacuate the besieged civilians.