VOLUNTEERS sift through rubble after a college being used to store humanitarian aid was wrecked by Vladimir Putin’s war machine.
Two cruise missiles slammed into the Liubotyn Vocational College of Railway Transport in Eastern Ukraine.
Vladimir Putin’s forces obliterated a college that was being used to store humanitarian aid near Kharkiv[/caption]
A woman was in the building at the time, but miraculously escaped unhurt.
The college housed a volunteer centre where people collected humanitarian aid for internally displaced people.
It came as Hollywood star Ben Stiller, a United Nations ambassador for refugees, met President Volodymyr Zelensky in Kyiv and told him: “You are my hero.”
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