Russia Reports Fatalities in Ukraine-Attacked Cities, Accuses Ukraine and US of ‘Deliberate Missile Strike’


Russian authorities reported that six people died and over 100 were wounded in Ukrainian drone and missile attacks on Sunday, while the second day of Russia’s aerial bombing of Kharkiv in northeastern Ukraine killed at least one person. According to Russian state news agency RIA Novosti, 124 people were wounded in Sevastopol, where falling rocket fragments caused a forest fire of over 150 square meters and set a residential building alight.

Russia’s Defense Ministry accused Ukraine and the US of “responsibility for a deliberate missile strike on civilians,” claiming that US-supplied ATACMS missiles were used in the Ukrainian attack. Meanwhile, air defenses overnight shot down 33 Ukrainian drones over Russia’s western Bryansk, Smolensk, Lipetsk, and Tula regions, with no casualties or damage reported.

A fresh attack on Kharkiv killed at least one person and wounded 11 on Sunday, according to local officials. The city was attacked by a guided bomb, and around half of Kharkiv was without electricity due to the strike. The attack came after Russia struck Kharkiv on Saturday afternoon with four aerial bombs, hitting a five-story residential building and killing three people. Regional Gov. Oleh Syniehubov said that 41 people were still being treated for injuries on Sunday.

In other developments, the Ukrainian Navy released photos on Sunday that it says confirm the destruction of a warehouse in Russia’s southern Krasnodar region used to launch and store Iranian-designed Shahed drones. Navy officials said training instructors and cadets were killed in the attack on Friday night. Moscow has not yet commented on the reports, but officials said air defenses shot down a number of drones in the region overnight on Friday.

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