Once again, Putin's war against Ukraine has taken the lives of innocents.
This time, it was two foreign aid workers who were killed in eastern Ukraine.
The BBC reported that the workers were killed when a missile struck a van carrying the individuals.
More War Crimes
I guess we can just add this to the growing list of war crimes that have been committed during this conflict.
According to a Breitbart report, four individuals from the Road to Relief group were in the van when it was passing through Chasiv Yar.
Unfortunately, their journey was taking place at the same time that Russia had launched a missile attack, with one of the missiles striking the van, flipping it over, and trapping the individuals inside.
After the van flipped, it reportedly caught on fire with the aid workers trapped inside.
Anthony Ihnat of Canada and Emma Igual, a Spanish national who was the organization's director, were killed.
German medical volunteer Ruben Mawick and Swedish volunteer Johan Mathias Thyr were injured in the attack.
In addition to the missile attack, Russia swarmed Kyiv with drones, but most of them were taken out. Ukrainian officials claimed to have shot down 26 of the 33 drones that had been launched by Russia.
Ukraine has been struggling to gain ground as of late, but it did state that it had made small progress near Robotyne in the southern Zaporizhzhia region.
Oleksandr Shtupun, a press officer for Ukraine's Tauride Defense Forces, stated, "The Russians are clinging to every meter of our Ukrainian land … however, the Ukrainian Defense Forces are trying to make it as difficult as possible to supply the Russian army, and in certain areas this is bearing fruit."
Support for Ukraine among Americans continues to dwindle, with there being almost no accountability on the part of Ukraine regarding all the aid it has been given by the United States.
This will clearly be a hot topic both during the GOP debate and the general election as we get closer to the 2024 presidential election.