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Tragedy Strikes Ukrainian Cities as Missile Attacks Claim Lives and Devastate Communities - 156 Views

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Tragedy Strikes Ukrainian Cities as Missile Attacks Claim Lives and Devastate Communities

In a harrowing tragic moment, the Russian’s army missile strikes on the Ukrainian cities of Kyiv and Kharkiv have resulted in civilian casualties and extensive damage to residential areas.

Early on Tuesday, residential buildings in the north-eastern city of Kharkiv faced devastating missile strikes, leaving three people dead and 42 others injured. Among the victims were two women aged 40 and 56. The mayor of Kharkiv reported that part of a block of flats was destroyed, and rescue workers tirelessly combed through the rubble in search of survivors.

Simultaneously, in Kyiv, multiple casualties occurred as a block of flats caught fire and another was damaged. While initial reports suggested one woman had been killed, authorities later clarified that her death was yet to be confirmed. Most of the casualties were concentrated in Kyiv’s central Solomianskyi and western Sviatoshynskyi districts. The air raid in Kyiv endured for over two and a half hours, marking the longest attack since January 2.

Ukraine’s air force claimed to have intercepted and destroyed 21 out of 41 missiles launched by Russia overnight. In a chilling discovery, an undetonated missile warhead was found in a flat in the western part of Kyiv, prompting evacuations in the affected apartment block.

The tragedy extended beyond Kharkiv and Kyiv, reaching the industrial city of Pavlohrad in the Dnipropetrovsk region, where at least one person lost their life due to the attacks.

Expressing frustration over perceived inadequate support from Western allies, the head of Ukraine’s presidential administration, Andriy Yermak, shared a video of the destruction in Kharkiv, emphasizing the urgent need for weapons. The plea underscored the profound impact of the conflict on Ukrainian communities and heightened concerns about the ongoing humanitarian crisis.

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