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Four civilians killed in Russia’s morning artillery attack on Kherson (updated)

Bus stop in Kherson destroyed by a Russian artillery attack on the morning of 9 March 2023. The attack killed three people. Source.
Four civilians killed in Russia’s morning artillery attack on Kherson (updated)

On the morning of 9 March, Russian troops carried out another indiscriminate artillery attack on Kherson. A local Telegram channel reported explosions in the city “since early morning.” At least three districts of the city were under fire, according to social media reports.

One of the Russian shells destroyed a bus stop on Kherson’s Korabelna Square, killing two civilians, the Kherson Oblast Military Administration reported. Fragments of the shell also hit a shop, killing a woman inside.

Earlier today, at least 11 civilians were killed in several regions of Ukraine by the Russian massive missile and drone attack last night.

Update:

The death toll of Russia’s shelling of Kherson rose to four, according to the head of the press office of the Kherson Oblast Military Administration.

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