There were reports of attacks and explosions in several places in Ukraine on Tuesday night.
In the northwestern city of Zhytomyr, several people were killed in what Ukrainian authorities believe was a Russian air strike.
Ten homes were reportedly damaged, and videos from the site showed rescue crews working to put out fires and clear the area.
Adviser to the Ministry of Interior. Anton Gerashchenko says It was a caliber missile, a cruise missile, that hit the spot. He also claims that the attack came from the Belarusian side of the border.
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According to Gerashchenko, four people were killed in the attack, including a child. The counselor claims in a message on cable The target was a military base, but the missile missed and hit the residential area.
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Pictures taken by a Reuters news agency photographer in Zhytomyr earlier today show local residents trying to defend the city with petrol bombs.
Zhytomyr is located about 120 kilometers west of the capital, Kyiv, and the Ukrainian Air Force has a base near the city.
There were reports of fierce battles and attacks in several places in Ukraine on Tuesday. At least three people were killed this morning in connection with one person attack on tv tower Near the center of the capital Kyiv, local authorities asked residents to look for cover.
A missile hit a private maternity clinic near the capital, according to the head of the clinic, writes NTB.
It was badly damaged, but the building is standing. Everyone has been evacuated, clinic director Vitaly Zhirin wrote on Facebook according to CNN.
According to local authorities, seven people were also killed in an attack in the northern city of Kharkiv on Tuesday. The New York Times.
Russian forces In addition, I entered the city of Kherson, which It is located in the south of the country between Odessa and annexed Crimea. However, Ukraine still controls the city administration building, according to Interior Minister Vadim Denisenko.
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