The organization collected information on civilian casualties in Ukraine.
As of September 11, 2023, civilian casualties have been recorded from September 1 to September 10, 2023.
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The Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights (OHCHR) has registered 292 cases of civilian deaths or injuries in Ukraine:
- 55 people died (29 men, 21 women, 1 woman, as well as 4 adults, whose gender has not yet been determined).
- 237 people were injured (101 men, 77 women, 7 boys, 2 women, as well as 50 adults, whose gender has not yet been determined).
- These include: • 47 killed and 185 wounded (79 percent of the total) in 62 government-controlled areas during deaths or injuries;
- During the death or injury, 8 people died and 52 people were injured in the territory occupied by the Russian Federation in 9 settlements (21 percent of the total number).
Observers also provided information by type of weapon/incident: for example, high-impact explosive weapons: 54 killed and 221 injured (94 percent of total): •
- 216 cases (46 killed and 170 injured) of death or injury in government-controlled territory,
- 59 cases (8 dead and 51 injured) in the territory occupied by the Russian Federation during death or injury.
Injuries and deaths from the use of mines and explosive remnants of war include:
- 1 dead and 16 injured (6 percent of the total), 16 cases (1 dead and 15 injured) of death or injury in government-controlled territory; and 1 person wounded in the territory occupied by the Russian Federation during death or injury.
It is worth recalling that in March 2023, the UN Independent International Commission of Inquiry on Ukraine established that Russian troops resorted to torture, especially in the occupied territory.