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Death toll from Russia’s late December missile strike on Kyiv rises to 29

Kyiv City authorities have reported the discovery of another civilian’s body, bringing the total death toll from the Russian missile attack on Kyiv on December 29 to 29 victims. The body was found on 1 January.
Rescuers carrying a bag with the body of a victim of Russia’s missile attack on Kyiv. 29 December 2023. Photo: Telegarm/DSNS
Death toll from Russia’s late December missile strike on Kyiv rises to 29

The death toll resulting from Russia’s missile attack on Kyiv on 29 December has now risen to 29, according to the city’s military administration’s report on Telegram published on 1 January.

For three days in a row, rescuers have been conducting a search and rescue operation after an air strike on Kyiv. Unfortunately, they are still finding bodies of people killed by Russian missiles. As of 10:30 p.m. today, 29 people have been found dead,” the Administration wrote, calling it the worst tragedy for the capital since the beginning of the full-scale invasion.

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