February 22, 2024

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Russia launched a new wave of attacks on Ukraine that killed four people and wounded at least 100 others

Russia launched a new wave of attacks on Ukraine that killed four people and wounded at least 100 others
A fire in Kiev, Ukraine, caused by a Russian missile attack, amid Russia's attack on Ukraine. January 2, 2024. REUTERS/Vladyslav Musiienko

This Tuesday, Russia He initiated Missile rain Ukrainian capital and Other citiesmurder Four people And it hurts 92with Dropped rockets affected that Tall buildings And the fire started.

Journalists of AFP Asked too much A dozen strong explosions in Kiev Tuesday morning, same time Anti-aircraft defense It made them shiver City center buildings.

In the eastern city KharkovDamage suffered “at least four attacks”. Multi-storied buildings And Civil infrastructure At the center, the leader announced Military Administration from the city, Oleg Sinekupov.

Firefighters sit on the floor of a heavily damaged residential building during a Russian missile attack in Kyiv, Ukraine, amid Russia's attack on Ukraine. REUTERS/Valentyn Ogirenko

The Ukrainian Air Force I declare that Russia was throwing Kinjal Missiles And they were moving further towards the capital South And West.

Volodymyr Zelensky said that since Sunday, Kremlin forces have been deployed About 170 Shahid drones and “dozens of missiles of various types” against Ukrainian targets. Most were directed towards civilian areasHe said.

He The Kh-47M2 Kinzhal is a hypersonic air-launched ballistic missile. Russian forces have rarely used such expensive missiles against Ukraine.

Medical personnel and police evacuate an injured local resident near a damaged apartment building. REUTERS/Danylo Antoniuk

The attacks created a gloomy morning scene in the capital, with most cafes and restaurants closed. Powerful explosions rocked the city early in the morning, forcing many to stay indoors or take shelter in shelters.

The Air raid sirens sounded for almost four hours And the city's subway stations, which serve as shelters, are overflowing with people.

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Tuesday's attacks come a day later Russian President Vladimir Putin He said his forces would intensify attacks against Military objectives Following an unprecedented weekend Ukrainian attack on a Russian city Belgorod.

Firefighters work at the scene of a heavily damaged residential building. REUTERS/Valentyn Ogirenko

He Mayor of Kyiv, Vitali KlitschkoReport Multiple explosions And The missile remains The capital was shot down.

said 10 people were injured A Package houses of Solomiansky district “Where was fire Because of this A missile attack”.

It contains Bechersk districtThe Debris reached the roof A A nine-storey building and another with many storeys, step Military Administration,

Anti-aircraft defenses shake buildings in the center of the Ukrainian capital after intense attacks by Russia (REUTERS/FILE).

They also announced A fire in a supermarket And A warehousesaid Mayor.

It contains Bodil DistrictNorth of the city, “it is believed to be territory A civil infrastructure facility“, said Klitschko.

Some civil infrastructure And Residential buildings Power went out in four districts Temporary lack of water pressure Distribution network in some areas, he said MayorOnce upon a time The gas pipe was damaged In a district.

A firefighter sprays water against a fire in a residential building that was heavily damaged during a Russian missile attack. REUTERS/Danylo Antoniuk

“As for that Security situation Allowing that, we will definitely restore electricity to all,” he declared. Military Administration from the city.

After that, the attacks took place December 29 Russia He initiated A wave of attacks vs Ukrainian citiesincluded KievIt caused 39 people died.

The blast set fire to civilian infrastructure (REUTERS/FILE)

Moscow They also attacked Ukrainian cities on New Year's EveAnd Kiev A “record” count was said to have been broken Drones Initiated by Russia.

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(With information from AFP and AP)