deadly Ukrainian strikes on a Russian village near the border



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At least four people were killed in a Ukrainian missile attack on a Russian village near the border with Ukraine, the regional governor of Bryansk Oblast said on Sunday. Follow hour by hour the latest developments in the war in Ukraine.

  • 2:04 p.m .: the toll of the bombing of Suzemka rises to four dead

The death toll from a Ukrainian bombardment that targeted a Russian village overnight in the Briansk region, bordering Ukraine, has risen to four dead, announced regional governor Alexander Bogomaz.

Ukrainian missiles hit the village of Suzemka, located about ten kilometers from the Russian-Ukrainian border, according to Alexander Bogomaz. “Four civilians were killed,” he wrote on Telegram. The initial toll communicated by the authorities reported two deaths.

The lifeless bodies of two other victims were extracted from the rubble of a house destroyed by the bombardment, explained the governor.

  • 8 a.m.: in Uman, rescue operations end

France 24 correspondent Gulliver Cragg is in Uman, Ukraine, where rescue operations are coming to an end, three days after Russian strikes killed 23 people, including five children.

  • 4:25 a.m .: At least two dead in Ukrainian strikes on a Russian village, according to local authorities

Several Ukrainian missiles hit the Russian village of Suzemka on Saturday, located about ten kilometers from the Russian-Ukrainian border, said Sunday Alexander Bogomaz, the governor of the oblast of Bryansk.

“Due to the strike suffered by Ukrainian nationalists, two civilians were unfortunately killed,” he said on Telegram.

“A residential building was completely destroyed and two other houses were partially destroyed,” he added.

  • The essence of the day of April 29

The town of Nova Kakhovka, located in the Kherson region, in southern Ukraine, was deprived of electricity on Saturday after “intense” artillery fire, local Ukrainian authorities installed by Russia said.

Earlier in the day, a huge fire broke out at an oil depot in Sevastopol, Crimea, after a drone attack, the day after Kiev announced that its preparations for a spring offensive were nearly complete.

With AFP and Reuters


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