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Russia has launched a series of attacks against Ukraine, using what appear to be “kamikaze” drones produced in Iran to dive-bomb the city of Kyiv.

Ukraine war: Russia dive-bombs 'Kyiv' using Kamikaze drones

The administration claims that hundreds of towns and villages in the Kyiv, Dnipro, and Sumy regions of Ukraine had their energy shut off. At least eight individuals were slain, including four each in Sumy and Kyiv.

As Iran continues to deny providing drones to the Russian military, calls for sanctions against the country have grown. Russian missiles struck the Ukrainian capital a week ago during rush hour as part of widespread attacks that claimed 19 lives.

The offices of Ukraine’s energy business were also damaged; they were located across the street from the demolished structure. It’s likely that the facility was the strike’s intended target.

President Volodymyr Zelensky remarked, “The opponent can target our cities, but it won’t be able to break us.” He called the attacks “terrorizing the civilian population.”

28 drones targeted the capital in the most recent attack, which began at around 6:00 (03:30 GMT), but only five of them struck their intended targets, according to Vitaliy Klitschko, the mayor.

The mayor had urged people to take cover, but the city’s streets were far from empty. There were plenty of people moving about between the two sets of strikes.

A correspondent for the Reuters news agency claimed to have seen drone parts from the attack bearing the inscription “For Belgorod.” Since Russia invaded Ukraine, the Russian border city of Belgorod has experienced numerous attacks. Moscow attributes the strikes on Kiev.

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