Kyiv, May 31: At least five people were killed and more than 24 injured in Russian missile attacks in the north-eastern Ukrainian city of Kharkiv, Governor Oleh Syniehubov said on Telegram on Friday. Most of the victims lived in a five-storey apartment block. The attacks also damaged a fire engine and an ambulance, he said. At least 20 residential buildings were damaged as a result of the attack. The Russian military fired five missiles at the city, he said. Russia-Ukraine War: Russian Missiles Slam Into Chernihiv, Kill 11 People As War Approaches Critical Stage

The capital, Kyiv, was attacked with at least one cruise missile, the authorities said, adding that a car repair shop, a car wash and half a dozen vehicles were damaged by falling rocket debris. A transformer station was damaged, the energy company DTEK said, but the power supply has already been restored. There were no casualties. Russia-Ukraine War: Volodymyr Zelensky Signs Legislation To Allow Some Convicts To Join Armed Forces

Ukraine has been fending off a full-scale Russian invasion for over two years. Due to Russian attacks on the Ukrainian power supply, there are repeated power cuts.


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