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The war that broke out between Russia and Ukraine has now reached the sky through land and sea. Both countries are fighting a fierce battle in the sky. An eight-year-old boy was killed in western Ukraine after a Russian missile fired from it, Ukrainian officials said, while Russia accused the Ukrainian military of using drones to target Moscow for the third day in a row, but reportedly no major casualties. No damage done. After the breakdown of the Black Sea grain trade agreement between the two countries, the war is witnessing further acceleration. Russia has destroyed Ukraine’s Odisha port, while Ukraine has also targeted the Russian port several times.
On Friday, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky announced the dismissal of all heads of regional military draft boards. The move is part of his crackdown on corruption since Russia’s invasion of Ukraine more than 17 months ago. The missile that killed the boy fell on a house in the Ivano-Frankivsk region of western Ukraine, about 100 kilometers (60 miles) from the border with Poland, according to Ukraine’s Prosecutor General’s Office. The office claimed that Ukraine’s air defense system repelled a daylight attack by Russia on the capital Kiev.
Missile debris fell on the children’s hospital
Local officials said debris from the intercepted missiles fell on residential areas of the city, including the compound of a children’s hospital, but caused no casualties. Meanwhile, Moscow Mayor Sergei Sobyanin said a drone went down in western Moscow after being intercepted by Russian air defense systems. He said no one was hurt in the incident. According to Russian officials, the drone fell on the Karamyshevskaya Embankment, about five kilometers from Moscow’s business district, which has been hit by drones twice in the past. At the same time, in Kiev, Zelensky said that he was dismissing the draft board of directors in all regions of Ukraine. He said in a telegram post that jobs should go to war heroes, including those who were injured. (AP)
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