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Russia fired missiles at 2 cities in Ukraine, 4 people including 1 child died in the attack



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Russia carried out airstrikes on 2 cities in Ukraine on Tuesday.
There was a missile attack in the center of Kramatorsk in eastern Ukraine.
The second missile attack hit a village on the outskirts of the city.

Kyiv: The attack in Ukraine (Russia Ukraine War) increased as soon as the coup in Russia subsided. On Tuesday evening, Russia launched missile attacks on two cities in Ukraine. A Russian missile attacked a busy place in central Kramatorsk, eastern Ukraine. At least four people, including a child, were killed and several others were injured in the attack. A local official provided this information.

According to CNN, Pavlo Kirilenko, head of the Donetsk region’s military administration, said Russia’s attack on Ukraine took place around 7:30 a.m. local time on Tuesday. He said “we are now working to determine the number of injured and possibly dead in the city.” The place where the attack took place is the center of the city and here the food is arranged for the citizens.

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Citing officials, CNN reported that the second missile attack hit a village on the outskirts of the city. Ukrainian Interior Minister Ihor Klimenko said in Telegram comments that “Russia deliberately targeted populated areas.” Immediately after the attack, paramedics rushed to the scene to help the injured. It should be noted that the Russian-Ukrainian war which began on February 24, 2022 has claimed many victims and that the war between the two countries continues.

In an overnight address on Tuesday, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky called the Kramatorsk attack a “manifestation of terror” and called for a court to try the alleged crimes. Zelensky expressed his gratitude to US President Joe Biden for a new security assistance package to Ukraine worth up to $500 million.

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