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WorldThree airstrikes against Kyiv in five days as Russia intensifies its city-bombing


Three airstrikes against Kyiv in five days as Russia intensifies its city-bombing

Russia fired missiles at Kyiv for the third time in five days on Monday. It seems like they are attacking Ukrainian cities more often now. This has been going on for three years and there hasn’t been much change in the fighting.

Five people got hurt in the attack in the Ukrainian capital, and two of them were taken to the hospital, according to Kyiv Mayor Vitalii Klitschko.

Russia shot two big missiles at Kyiv from Crimea in the daytime, but they were stopped before they could hit the city, according to Serhii Popko, who is in charge of the Kyiv City Military Administration. Loud booms were heard in the city, which scared the people who live there.

Missile pieces broke homes in two areas and a gym in another area of the city, according to Ukraine’s National Police.

The attack happened three days after another attack at a concert hall in Russia where over 130 people were killed.

Russian President Vladimir Putin tried to connect the attack to Ukraine, even though a group linked to the Islamic State said they did it.

Analysts said that Putin might use the Moscow attack to get more support for the war and also to have a reason to increase attacks on Ukraine.

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