Over 6,400 killed, almost 16,000 wounded since conflict began in eastern Ukraine - UN

The conflict in southeastern Ukraine has taken 6,417 lives, the Office of the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights announced on June 1.

The conflict in southeastern Ukraine has taken 6,417 lives, the Office of the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights announced on June 1.

At least 15,962 people were wounded in the conflict zone between April 2014 and May 30 2015.

The UN noted that the actual figures could be higher than officially recorded.

The Office of the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights reported in mid-April that 6,116 people had been killed and 15,474 wounded in the conflict zone.

 

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