December 8, 2022

According to authorities, a shooter at a school in central Russia killed 13 people, including seven children. In a statement released on Monday, Russia’s Investigative Committee stated that the shooting in Izhevsk, located in the Udmurtia area and west of the Ural Mountains, also injured 14 children and seven adults.

Children are victims and are also injured, according to governor Alexander Brechalov. According to Brechalov, the attacker shot himself after that.
The gunman was revealed to be Artyom Kazantsev, 34, a graduate of the same institution, by the Investigative Committee.
The Committee also noted that the shooter was donning a black t-shirt with “Nazi emblems.”

According to Dmitry Peskov, a spokesman for the Kremlin, Russian President Vladimir Putin on Monday condemned the attack on a Russian school in Izhevsk as “inhuman.” According to a Kremlin source reported by Al Jazeera, “President Putin greatly mourns the loss of individuals, children at a school where there was a terrorist attack by a person, who allegedly belongs to a neo-fascist organisation.”

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