Kyiv high-rise apartment building hit by missile strike
A high-rise apartment building near the airport in Kyiv was hit by a missile overnight as Russian troops stormed the city, the State Emergency Service of Ukraine said Saturday morning.
The strike set the building on fire and left a massive hole and an evacuation was underway, the government said.
There was no immediate word on any potential fatalities or injuries.
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Russian troops stormed toward Ukraine’s capital Saturday, and street fighting broke out as city officials urged residents to take shelter.
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"Kyiv, our splendid, peaceful city, survived another night under attacks by Russian ground forces, missiles," Ukraine's Minister of Foreign Affairs Dmytro Kuleba tweeted. "One of them has hit a residential apartment in Kyiv. I demand the world: fully isolate Russia, expel ambassadors, oil embargo, ruin its economy. Stop Russian war criminals!"
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After vowing to stay in the capital city and refusing an American offer to have him evacuated, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy filmed a video of himself in Kyiv on Saturday morning, saying, "I am here. We will be defending our country, because our strength is in our truth."
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