Terrorists in the self-styled "Luhansk people's republic" held special military exercise for children and youth living on the occupied territories.
The "military patriotic gatherings" in Moscow larger area for teens of different countries are organized by Enot Corp ultra-right military group, former participants of the war in the Donbas.
A rally is taking place outside the Odesa city hall demanding to punish those guilty of the fire in Viktoria camp, which left three children dead.
13-year-old Maksym Tykhonchuk saved 15 children from the burning building in Viktoria children's camp fire on Sept. 15.
The Capital Construction Department (CCD) of the Odesa City Council in the summer of 2016 used 11.08 million hryvnia ($443,000) for additional works on reconstruction of Viktoria children's camp, including installation of the automatic fire alarm system.
The fire started late night on Saturday, Sept. 15 in Odesa. 150 kids were staying in Viktoria on that day.
A child born in 2002 was wounded in militant shelling of Kamianka village of Yasynuvata district of the Donetsk region.
Head of the Donetsk military and civil state administration Pavlo Zhebrivskyi says the pupils of the local school have been brought to the bomb shelter and then taken home.
A thirteen-year-old child jumped out of the window switching on the camera at 3 Urlovska Str. In Kyiv.
On May 13, a fragmentation shell hit a regular Avdiivka residential yard. No one had a chance to survive.
The EOD teams of the Ukrainian Armed Forces have defused almost 12,500 pieces of explosive ordnance in the anti-terrorist operation (ATO) zone since the beginning of the year.
The United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF) says at least 27 children were killed as a result of a chemical attack on the city of Khan-Sheikhoun in the Syrian province of Idlib.
A bus carrying children from Belarus to Ukrainian Bukovel ski resort collided with a car in the Lviv region, killing two people.
A fire that started on Thursday in a house in Rusanivski Sady area of Kyiv claimed lives of four children.