Russian shelling kills several in North Eastern Ukraine

Russian shelling kills several in North Eastern Ukraine

Russian shelling kills several in North Eastern Ukraine

Ukraine claims Russian forces pushed back in east in fierce fighting (Credits: Google)

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  • Russian shelling in North Eastern Ukraine at midnight was reported.
  • North Eastern Ukraine was the target, killing a woman while leaving a man injured.
  • Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky refused to back off and said they will keep fighting until the end.
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Russia shelled North Eastern Ukraine at midnight. The strike killed a woman while leaving a man injured. Regional offices reported the strike was deadly. A school in Ukraine’s second largest city was also hit in an overnight strike by Russia.

Apart from that, Ukraine claims at the very least three people who suffered the worst of its effects. More than one structures were left in ruins after terrifying strikes were heard at midnight.

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Initially, Russia was successful in invading most big cities. But later when Ukraine defended with all power and weapons, Russia was pushed back from the major cities after facing military defeats in important regions.

To not let all of the regions go back to Ukraine, Russia started shelling on North Eastern Ukraine to have some of the areas easy to regain.

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Recently, Russia also managed to overcome all the power and weapons Ukrainian soldiers fought with. They invaded the Severodonetsk and called out victory. Yet, Ukrainian President Volodymyr zelenskyy refused to back off and said they will keep fighting until the end.

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