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Russia kills 2, injures 17 over past day

Russian forces damaged the Palace of Sports in Odesa, damaged a number of residential buildings in Kharkiv, Kherson oblasts and in Odesa over past day
Palace of Sports in Odesa on 26 March 2024.
The aftermath of the Russian attack on the Palace of Sports in Odesa on 26 March 2024. Credit: Governor Oleh Kiper
Russia kills 2, injures 17 over past day

The Russian military attacked six oblasts, killing two civilians and injuring 17 others, local authorities reported on 27 March.

Russian military attacked ten settlements in Kherson oblast and Kherson, injuring three people, Governor Oleksandr Produkin said. The attacks also damaged a multi-story building and two residential buildings, an outbuilding, a bus, and a car.

In Odesa, Russian troops attacked Odesa, injuring ten people, Governor Oleh Kiper said.

The attack damaged about 300 apartments, the Palace of Sports and destroyed several buildings.

Russian forces killed two people and injured one in Novohrodivka, Donetsk Oblast, Governor Vadym Filashkin said.

In Kharkiv Oblast, the Russian military attacked 15 settlements, injuring three people, Governor Oleh Syniehubov said.  The attacks and shelling also damaged residential buildings, cars, educational buildings, and administrative buildings.

Over the past day, Russian troops also attacked Dnipropetrovsk, Mykolaiv oblasts. There were no casualties reported.

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