A Russian missile strike on an outpatient clinic in the city of Dnipro has killed two people and injured 30, in what President Volodymyr Zelenskiy described as a crime against humanity.
In the latest wave of aerial attacks on Ukraine, a salvo of air-launched missiles aimed at Kyiv were launched by Russian aircraft over the Caspian Sea early on Friday morning but they were all intercepted, according to the capital’s military administration, in what they said was the 13th attack on the city this month.
Ukrainian air defence also claimed to have shot down 25 out of 31 Iranian-designed Shahed drones aimed at Kyiv.
The missile that landed on the Dnipro clinic killed a 69-year-old passerby, according to the regional governor, Serhiy Lysak, who said another man’s body had been found in the rubble.
Lysak said three of the injured people were in a serious condition.
“Another missile attack, another crime against humanity as such,” Zelenskiy said on Twitter. “The buildings of a psychological clinic and a veterinary clinic in the city of Dnipro were destroyed.