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After A Russian Warplane Crashed, Deadly Drone Strikes Hit Kyiv, Killing 8 People

Four people were killed in Kyiv, including a couple expecting a baby, and four more in Sumy, in the northeast.


On Monday, Moscow intensified attacks across Ukraine, cutting electricity and killing eight people, including kamikaze drone attacks in the capital.

Yes, a town in southwest Russia, was struck by the plane, according to Russian authorities.

Russian news agencies quoted the ministry of emergency situations as saying 13 people were killed and 19 injured after a crash in a residential area caused a massive fire early Tuesday morning.

According to President Vladimir Putin, Moscow is trying to weaken resistance to its eight-month war in Ukraine by striking energy facilities before winter in an effort to counter battlefield losses.

The Ukrainian prime minister said Russia struck five times in Kyiv, Sumy, and the central Dnipropetrovsk region, knocking out electricity to hundreds of towns and villages.

Four people were killed in Kyiv, including a couple expecting a baby, and four more in Sumy, in the northeast.

According to Dmytro Kuleba, Iran has provided Russia with drones as a result of EU sanctions.

As police fired automatic weapons at drones over central Kyiv on Monday, smoke rose from explosions throughout the city as drones flew low over the city.

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Tamara Beroshvili said, “I saw a bright orange splash… The house trembled.”.

On Monday, Ukraine’s military said it shot down eight Iranian-made drones and two Russian cruise missiles.

As a result of the strikes in Kyiv, the United States warned it would take action against companies and nations working with Tehran’s drone program.

Russia should be expelled from the G20

Exactly one week earlier, Russian missiles rained down on Kyiv and other cities in the biggest wave of attacks in months, killing 19 and wounding 105.

As Sergiy Prikhodko waited for a fare near the central train station in Kyiv, he said, “They seem to attack us every Monday now.”

“It’s a different way to start the week,” he told AFP.

At around 6:35 am (0335 GMT), air raid sirens sounded in Kyiv shortly before the first explosion.

It may be possible for the enemy to attack our cities, but it cannot break us,” President Volodymyr Zelensky said.

In spite of our lack of air defense systems and missile defenses, Russia will not achieve anything with this form of terror.

After the strikes, Mykhaylo Podolyak, a senior presidential aide, called for Russia to be excluded from the G20.

Those who give orders to attack critical infrastructure, freeze civilians and coordinate total mobilization to cover the frontline with corpses cannot sit at the same table with leaders of (the) G20, he said in a statement on social media, urging Russia to be “expelled from all platforms”.

NATO drills

In Moscow, mayor Sergei Sobyanin announced that the city’s draft offices would close on Monday, saying the Kremlin had finished recruiting reservists to fight in Ukraine.

In the meantime, Ukraine announced that it had swapped more than 100 prisoners with Russia in what it said was the first all-female exchange since the invasion began.

We must free our heroes as soon as possible. Ukrainian soldiers and front-line commanders should keep this in mind, Zelensky said.

As Putin escalated veiled threats to launch a nuclear attack, NATO launched regular nuclear deterrence drills in western Europe, which were planned before Russia invaded Ukraine.

A total of 60 aircraft will participate in training flights over Belgium, the United Kingdom, and the North Sea during the exercises.

Belarus, a Russian ally, announced that 170 tanks and 9,000 Russian soldiers would be deployed to build up a joint army. This force would be uniquely defensive and aimed at securing its borders.

Kherson, just north of Crimea, is being pushed closer by Ukrainian troops in the south.

Moscow recently claimed to have annexed four Ukrainian regions, including Kherson.

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