At least 3 dead after Russian missile strike on Odesa

At least three people were killed, and 20 were injured during a Russian missile strike on Odesa on April 29, according to local officials.

Odesa Oblast Governor Oleh Kiper reported that a missile hit residential buildings and civilian infrastructure, stating, "Unfortunately, two people and a dog died as a result of the Russian missile attack." He also mentioned that eight others were injured, including a 12-year-old boy.

In a later Telegram post, Odesa Mayor Hennady Trukhanov updated the casualty figures, indicating that the death toll had risen to three, and the number of injured to 20.

According to media reports, one of the injured individuals was Serhiy Kivalov, a discredited pro-Russian ally of former President Yanukovych, who resides in an elaborate and ornate building in Odesa, referred to as Kivalov's Castle. Images posted on Telegram by the Suspline media outlet depicted the building engulfed in flames.

In Kharkiv, Governor Oleh Syniehubov reported that a KAB guided bomb had struck the northeastern Kyiv district, causing damage and injury. He stated, "One woman was injured, and doctors are providing all the necessary assistance."

Russia's attacks on Kharkiv have recently intensified, utilizing missiles, glide bombs, and drones to target energy infrastructure and harm civilians. At the end of March, Russian forces destroyed all electrical substations in Kharkiv, leaving Ukraine's second-largest city without a reliable power supply.

Russians attack Kharkiv and surrounding district, one person injured

Russian forces launched guided missile strikes on Kharkiv city and the surrounding district on the evening of April 29.

This information comes from Oleh Syniehubov, the Head of the Kharkiv Oblast Military Administration, who shared the news on Telegram.

He stated, "Invaders attacked the Kyiv district of Kharkiv. Preliminary reports suggest they used KABs [guided bombs]. One woman was wounded, but medics are providing all necessary assistance. Details are being established."

Additionally, Russian troops attacked at least five settlements in the Kharkiv district using KABs, causing further damage and disruption. The ongoing aggression by Russian forces in this region continues to endanger civilian lives and infrastructure.

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