According to authorities, more than 40 people were still missing after the attack.
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At least 21 people have died in dniproaccording to a new balance released on Sunday by the Ukrainian authorities, the day after a Russian missile fell on a building in this city in eastern Ukraine.
According to the authorities, more than 40 people were still missing after the attack, which took place during the Orthodox New Year celebrations.
At least 21 people were killed and 73 others injured in the shelling of the building, said Mykola Lukashuk, head of the regional council.
A 15-year-old girl was among the dead, according to authorities. “Rescue operations continue. The whereabouts of more than 40 people are unknown,” stressed the head of the military administration of the Dnipropetrovsk region, Valentyn Reznichenko.
A woman was rescued after spending hours among the rubblethe authorities said on Sunday morning.
A video posted by the Ukrainian emergency services on Facebook and Telegram showed rescuers working at night among the rubble of the building.
The previous balance was 14 dead and 64 wounded. According to the Ukrainian presidency, between 100 and 200 people They were left homeless after this attack, and some 1,700 Dnipro residents without electricity or heat.
In the south, in Kryvyi Rig, one person died and another was injured after the shelling against residential buildings, according to an official balance.
In total, “the enemy carried out three air strikes and about fifty missile shots on the day” on Saturday, the General Staff of the Ukrainian army specified. “The occupiers launched 50 attacks with multiple missile launchers.”
After these new bombardments against energy facilities, a large part of the country’s regions registered power cuts.
“Is it possible to stop Russian terror? Yes, it is possible. Can it be done in any other way than on the battlefield in Ukraine? Unfortunately, no,” said the Ukrainian president, Volodymyr Zelensky.
“The world must stop this evil,” insisted the president, reiterating his request to Western countries to have more weapons.
The UK promised on Saturday to supply “in the coming weeks” 14 tanks challenger 2 to Ukraine.
This delivery reflects “the UK’s commitment to step up its support for Ukraine,” British Prime Minister Rishi Sunak told the Ukrainian leader in a telephone conversation.
The United Kingdom became the first country to send this type of tank to Ukraine. Zelensky welcomed London’s decision, which “will not only strengthen us on the battlefield, but also sends the right signal to other partners.”
Russian diplomacy reacted to the announcement by assuring that the decision will only “intensify” the conflict, “generating more victims, including among the civilian population.”
kyiv’s allies had already delivered nearly 300 modernized Soviet tanks, but never Western-made heavy tanks.
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