A Russian attack leaves at least 21 dead and 30 injured in Odessa


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A Russian missile attack has left at least 21 dead in Odessa, where the only Ukrainian seaport that Putin does not yet control is located. One of the missiles has partially destroyed a nine-storey residential building. Meanwhile, the troops of the kremlin continue with the siege against the city of Lisichanskthe last city of the eastern luhansk region under Ukrainian control.

The deputy head of the presidential office Kyrylo Tymoshenko communicated by Telegram the death of 18 people, including two children, and 30 injured, around 8:30 a.m. (6:30 a.m. in Spain). The death toll has now risen to 21.including six minors. The Ukrainian emergency service also confirmed this morning by Facebook a rocket attack he blamed on the Russian armed forces.

The russian government assured this Friday that his troops and those of the allies have reached the gates of Lisichansk. The General Staff of the Ukrainian Armed Forces has stated that the positions they maintain in this place are few.

Another grave in Mariupol

The advisor to the mayor of MariupolPetró Andryushchenko, has reported a new mass grave in which they have found more than a hundred corpses. He has also communicated that the exhumations have been definitively paralyzed.

“The occupants remove the rubble from the vicinity and, again, there is no talk of burying it again,” the adviser shared by Telegramand added that citizens “continue to live in crypts.”

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