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Ukraine downs 10 of 13 Russian drones overnight

The Russian attack on Izium in Kharkiv Oblast injured a 62-year-old man, damaged buildings and an educational institution, Governor Oleh Syniehubov said.
The aftermath of the Russian attack on Kharkiv Oblast, 27 March 2024. Credit: Governor Oleh Syniehubov
Ukraine downs 10 of 13 Russian drones overnight

Russian Forces attacked Ukraine overnight into 27 March with 13 Shahed UAVs from the Kursk Oblast of Russia.

Ukraine’s military destroyed ten in Kharkiv, Sumy and Kyiv oblasts.

In Kharkiv Oblast, the Russian military attacked Izium at about 3 am on the night of 27 March, injuring a 62-year-old man, damaging buildings and an educational institution, Governor Oleh Syniehubov said.

Russian troops also struck Chornolozka village in Krasnohrad district, leaving 78 consumers without electricity.

Ukrainian local officials in Kyiv and Sumy oblasts have not reported on the downing of drones over oblasts overnight.

In Sumy Oblast, the Russian military shelled Krasnopilska and Znob-Novgorodska communities overnight and on the morning of 27 March, Sumy Military Administration reported. There were no casualties reported.

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