Russian Missiles Hit Ukrainian Capital, Other Cities

Deadly Russian missile strikes hit Ukraine’s capital Monday, part of a barrage of what the Ukrainian military said was 75 missiles launched at the country.

Kyiv police said most of the strikes hit the center of the city, killing at least five people and wounding 12 others. Missiles struck busy areas, including parks and tourist sites.

Explosions were also reported in multiple other areas, including the western city of Lviv, the central city of Dnipro, and the eastern city of Kharkiv. Ukraine’s military said it shot down 41 of the Russian missiles.

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy said Russia targeted civilian areas as well as power systems throughout the country, seeking “panic and chaos” and to destroy Ukraine’s energy system.


Support The Readers Bureau Buy A T-Shirt Today (4 different colors)! click

Readers Bureau, Contributor

Edited by Jesus Chan

Do you want to add feedback to this story? Please add a comment in the box below or send an email to,  Call us at 646-874-7976