War in Ukraine: Vladimir Zelensky's hometown was attacked overnight, and the death toll rose to 6 dead and several wounded


Most of the missiles launched by Russian missiles were intercepted.

Three people were killed, and 25 others were injured on Monday night as a result of a Russian missile strike on a building in the city of Kryvyi Rih in southern Ukraine, the governor of the Dnipropetrovsk region, Sergey Lysak, said.

Sergey Lysak said in a Telegram message that people are still under the rubble of the five-story building. "Unfortunately, there are already six dead. "Rescue operations are continuing," Alexander
Vilkul said in a telegram.

He added that four more people were injured elsewhere in the hometown of President Vladimir Zelensky. The governor spoke of a "massive attack."

The military administration of the Ukrainian capital said that Kyiv was also hit by rocket attacks at night, but the air defence destroyed all of them. Across the country, according to the Ukrainian General Staff, ten Russian cruise missiles were intercepted - out of 14 - and a kamikaze drone out of four.

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