KYIV: Russian strikes on the southern Ukrainian city of Kherson wounded at least six people on Tuesday, after Moscow said it had shot down drones headed for annexed Crimea at night.
The attacks came as Russia’s offensive drags on for almost 20 months and with Kyiv waging a counteroffensive launched during the summer.
The head of Kherson, Roman Mrochko, said the southern city saw “massive” Russian shelling that wounded five people.
Another strike on a nearby transport company wounded two more people, the region’s governor, Oleksandr Prokudin said.


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