Russia-Ukraine War: 44 deaths in attack in Ukraine's Dnipro, Zelensky said - will teach Russia a lesson
Russia's deadliest ever attack on civilian targets - Multi-storey building was targeted by missile - 400 people lost their homes 9.9 tonnes of debris cleared. 400 people lost their homes in this attack.
Fierce fighting continues in Ukraine 11 months after the Russian invasion. In annoyance, Russia is not even refraining from attacking civilian targets.
The death toll in the attack on a multi-storey building in the southwestern Ukrainian city of Dnipro rose to 44 on Tuesday, including five children. At the same time, the President of Ukraine, Volodymyr Zelensky, has vowed to teach a lesson to those responsible for the attack.
Said, this is a fundamental task for Ukraine and its Western allies. Saturday's assault on the Dnipro was Russia's deadliest in a series of attacks on civilian targets since the start of the war. In which such a large number of civilians have been killed.
Kirillo Tymoshenko, deputy head of Ukraine's presidential office, said 79 people were also injured in the missile attack. About 1700 people were living in this apartment. The Dnipro city council said emergency rescue teams were continuing their operations. So far 9.9 tonnes of debris has been cleared.
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