Putin launches revenge attacks on Ukrainian cities – Channel 4 News

Ukraine had not seen attacks like this since the early days of the war.

President Putin described his wave of missiles as a “targeted attack” on Ukrainian infrastructure, but President Zelenskyy said it was a deliberate attempt to kill civilians.

The UN condemned what it called “an unacceptable escalation”.

It started this morning when people left for work and school.

From Lviv in western Ukraine, Mykolaiv in the south and Zaporizhzhia, Dnipro and Kharkiv in the east – energy, military and communications facilities were hit, as well as multiple explosions across central Kiev.

By the time the air raid alarms went off, at least 11 cities had reported strikes

Warning: Viewers may find our images in this report disturbing.

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