WATCH: White House press secretary Jen Psaki condemns deadly attack on Ukraine train station

White House press secretary Jen Psaki said Friday’s deadly attack on a Ukraine train station was “yet another horrific atrocity committed by Russia.”

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The governor of Ukraine’s eastern Donetsk region says the death toll from the missile strike on a rail station in the eastern town of Kramatorsk has risen to 50, including five children.

Pavlo Kyrylenko wrote on social media that 38 people had died at the scene, and another 12 in hospital.

Ukrainian officials have said as many as 4,000 people were at the station, where trains were evacuating civilians westward from the Ukraine-held town ahead of an expected Russian offensive.

President Volodymyr Zelenskyy and other Ukrainian leaders have accused Russia’s military of deliberately targeting a location where only civilians were assembled. Russia’s Defense Ministry denied any Russian role in the attack.

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Psaki also dismissed concerns about the level of abstentions and no-votes at the United Nations over Russian participation in the Human Rights Council (HRC).

Psaki said suspension from the HRC has only been applied one other time in the Council’s history, the last example was Libya.

The U.N. General Assembly voted Thursday to suspend Russia from the U.N.’s leading human rights body over allegations of horrific rights violations by Russian soldiers in Ukraine.

The vote on Thursday was 93-24 with 58 abstentions

The United States and Ukraine have called Russia’s alleged rights violations tantamount to war crimes.

Psaki said the U.S. was monitoring the situation in Shanghai, China were residents face severe restrictions on movement and activities because of a surge in COVID infections, with economic effects rippling around the world.