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Russian attack injures 63-year-old woman, children aged 10, 17 in Donetsk Oblast

Russian night attack also damaged 15 private residential buildings and the power lines.
The aftermath of the Russian attack on Selydove in Donetsk oblast on 12 February 2024. Credit: local officials

Russian military attacked Selydove in Donetsk Oblast with three S-300 missiles, local officials reported on the morning of 12 February.

Russian shelling injured three people, including ten and 17-year-old children and their 63-year-old grandmother.

They are reportedly hospitalized in Pokrovsk.

The Russian attack also damaged 15 private residential buildings and the power lines.

Russian forces attacked Ukraine overnight with 17 Shahed-type drones Russia launched from Primorsko-Akhtarsk, Russia, one Kh-59 guided missile launched from TOT of Russian-occupied Zaporizhzhia Oblast, and with S-300 anti-aircraft guided missiles from Belgorod Oblast, Russia, the Air Force reported on 12 February.

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