Russian shelling of civilian targets in eastern Ukraine continued on Sunday, killing at least four people. The attacks were carried out in Kharkiv, the country’s second largest city after the capital Kiev, and in Kherson, which was liberated by the Ukrainian army last November and then attacked again on Christmas Eve. In a video released Sunday evening, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky said there were widespread attacks throughout the day in Kherson, including towards the hospital, where three people were killed and six others injured. In Kharkiv, however, a missile hit a building in the city centre: Governor Oleh Syniehubov announced that a woman was killed in the attack and at least three people were injured. A missing woman is currently being searched for.
Russia continues shelling Kherson. This time it attacked a hospital. There are dead and wounded, their number is being verified.
Terrorist state continues attacking civilians . pic.twitter.com/sGta6oPqDj
— Anton Gerashchenko (@Gerashchenko_en) January 29, 2023
Last week the Russian army had carried out several rocket attacks on some Ukrainian cities, including Kiev, Zaporizhzhia and Odessa. 11 people had been killed and 11 others injured.
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