Russia Says It Shot Down Ukrainian Missile East Of Ukrainian Border Injuring 15 People
Russia says it’s shot down a Ukrainian missile in the city of Taganrog – east of the border with Ukraine – injuring 15 people.
It comes as President Zelenskyy’s blamed “Russian missile terror” for a blast in the city of Dnipro, which left nine people hurt.
Among the wounded are two children, aged 14 and 17.
Meanwhile, officials in Ukraine say a block of flats has been hit by a Russian missile strike in Dnipro..
The interior minister says nine people have been injured – while the president says a neighbouring security service building’s also been targeted.