Russian missiles damage residential area in Odessa Oblast, six people injured

The occupiers launched a missile strike on Odessa Oblast

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Russian missiles this time targeted homes in a village near Odessa, causing a fire that spread over an area of ​​500 square meters. This area had both private homes and commercial buildings.

According to preliminary information, a child was among the six people injured in the attack.

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After the emergency services have extinguished the fire, the national police will carry out an investigation and a new assessment of the damage, both to the health of local civilians and to their property.

The Tu-22M is a 1970s Russian strategic bomber model that was used by the Russian military in Syria. It has undergone several upgrades to be able to carry X-series missiles, which are used to hit long-range targets.

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Over the past week, Russian missiles have hit several targets across Ukraine – in Chernihiv, Dnipro, Kharkiv, Cherkassy and Kyiv. Ukraine is preparing a number of lawsuits against the Russian Federation and continues to collect evidence of war crimes.

Kyiv on June 26 was hit by several X101 long-range missileswhich damaged a residential building and a kindergarten in the Shevchenko district of Kyiv.

Six people were injured in Kyiv by X101 missiles, and one person was killed. All of those who survived and need treatment are now in hospital, while two people have minor injuries and are receiving treatment at home.