Edit: I assume 300 meters is the correct distance, not 400 feet.
Babi Yar memorial said to be undamaged by Russian missile strikeRon Ben-Yishai Published: 03.02.22, 15:56
On Tuesday, it was reported that Russian forces shelled an area in Kyiv next to Babi Yar - the site of a World War Two massacre of tens of thousands of Jews by German occupation troops and Ukrainian auxiliaries. The Ukrainian government on Tuesday reported the site and the surrounding Jewish graves were damaged. The attack prompted outcry from many world leaders and organizations, including from Ukraine's President Volodymyr Zelensky.
Ynet's reporter in Kyiv, however, said after visiting the site the memorial was not harmed and no bomb, missile or artillery shell hit the site itself.
The damage was caused to nearby Kyiv's communications and television tower complex, some 300 meters (400 feet [sic]) away from the new memorial and a kilometer (3,000 feet) from the old one.
It seems the reporting that the Babi Yar memorial itself was hit was part of the Ukrainian misinformation campaigned, aimed at destabilizing the enemy.
Therefore, it appears the only reliable sources of information regarding the fighting are the American intelligence agencies and those of the U.K., which are not only able to receive reliable information on events on the ground but are also able to evaluate it correctly.