UNICEF / UKRAINE RUSSIA MISSILE ATTACKS

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Deadly strikes in several areas in Ukraine left at least 150 people reportedly killed or injured. Civilian infrastructure damaged in the attacks included the Okhmatdyt children's hospital, Ukraine's largest children's medical centre. UNICEF
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STORY: UNICEF / UKRAINE RUSSIA MISSILE ATTACKS
TRT: 04:09
SOURCE: UNICEF
RESTRICTIONS: PLEASE CREDIT UNICEF ON SCREEN
LANGUAGE: NATS

DATELINE: 08 JULY 2024, OKHMATDYT CHILDREN'S HOSPITAL IN KYIV, UKRAINE

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1. Wide shot, bottled drinking water being distributed
2. Wide shot, sign in Ukrainian reads: Ministry of Health of Ukraine, National Specialized Children's Hospital "Okhmatdyt", Centre for Children's Cardiology and Cardiac Surgery
3. Various shots, people onsite in the aftermath of the attack which damaged the National Specialized Children's Hospital "Okhmatdyt" hospital.
4. Various shots, group composed of staff members from UNICEF Ukraine and WHO Ukraine, including UNICEF Representative to Ukraine Munir Mammadzade and WHO Representative to Ukraine Jarno Habicht, inspecting the damage outside hospital
5. Travelling shot, volunteers collecting bottled drinking water
6. Vertical video, damaged vehicles and buildings
7. Vertical video, volunteers, hospital staff and rescuers clearing the rubble in a damaged building in the hospital
8. Vertical video, wide shot of a damaged building with rescuers, hospital staff, and volunteers clearing the rubble
9. Vertical video, rescuers, hospital staff and volunteers clearing the rubble and helping distribute bottled drinking water
10. Various shots, group composed of staff members from UNICEF Ukraine and WHO Ukraine, including UNICEF Representative to Ukraine Munir Mammadzade and WHO Representative to Ukraine Jarno Habicht, inspecting the damage inside the hospital guided by a hospital official
11. Various shots, damage inside the hospital including broken glass, fallen walls and ceilings, debris, broken water pipes, and blood stains on the floor
12. Vertical video, volunteers, hospital staff and rescuers clearing the rubble in a damaged building in the hospital
13. Various shots, ambulances on the street outside the hospital
14. Various shots, volunteers carrying digging tools and emergency supplies for distribution

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Deadly strikes in several areas in Ukraine today (8n Jul) left at least 150 people reportedly killed or injured. Civilian infrastructure damaged in the attacks included the Okhmatdyt children's hospital, Ukraine's largest children's medical centre.

In a statement released today, the UNICEF Executive Director Catherine Russell, said, “the attack on Okhmatdyt Hospital, the country’s largest medical centre for children, is yet another brutal reminder that nowhere is safe for children in Ukraine. Hospitals should be safe havens, and they are afforded a special level of protection under international law. Civilians, including children and the facilities and services they rely on, must always be protected”

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