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Russian missile fell in Poland, two people died, Russia’s attack on Ukraine intensifies



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A Russian missile fell in Poland, a member of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO).
Two people died in Poland due to the fall of the missile.
After evacuating the city of Kherson, Russia again intensified the attack.

Two people were killed when a Russian missile hit Poland, a member of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO), according to a senior US intelligence official. Polish government spokesman Piotr Müller did not immediately confirm this, but said senior leaders were holding an emergency meeting to discuss the “crisis situation”. Polish media reported that two people were killed when a missile hit a village near the border with Ukraine. The missile fell in an area where grain was drying.

According to a Reuters report, after Russia’s return from Kherson on Tuesday, continuous missiles were fired at Ukrainian towns. Between missile attacks, people were alerted by sounding air raid sirens in a dozen major cities. The sound of the explosion continued to echo throughout the city. Meanwhile, regarding the reporting of this attack, Pentagon spokesman Brigadier General Patrick Ryder said: “We are aware of the press reports about this, but there is no information for now to confirm the report. We took them seriously and are reviewing them. As soon as we have information, we will let you know.

Russia carried out airstrikes on energy and other facilities across eastern and western Ukraine on Tuesday, causing widespread power outages. A senior official warned the situation was “serious” and urged Ukrainians to “stay strong in difficult circumstances”.

The airstrikes killed at least one person in a residential building in the capital Kyiv. The attacks came as Ukraine successfully recaptured the southern city of Kherson last week. There were attacks in at least 12 areas. A Ukrainian air force spokesman said Russia fired around 100 missiles. President Volodymyr Zelensky said that number was 85. (Input ANI)

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