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In a single day, Russia unleashes two large-scale bombings on Ukraine

On Monday, Russia launched two large-scale bombings targeting Ukrainian cities far from the front lines. In the morning, Kyiv experienced a sudden bombardment by Russian Armed Forces deployed in Crimea. Several hypersonic ballistic missiles were fired from the illegally annexed peninsula and reached the capital, causing damage in three districts.

Later in the afternoon, Russia launched ballistic missiles from the Black Sea targeting Odessa and Kremenchuk, as well as the province of Kirovograd. The speed at which the projectiles reached Kyiv without anti-aircraft alarms being able to warn of danger caused panic among citizens. This was the third attack on Kyiv in five days and the fourth large-scale attack on multiple Ukrainian provinces.

Russian and Ukrainian military analysts identified Zircon missiles, an innovative weapon in Russia’s arsenal, which was used for the first time against Kyiv in February. The Ukrainian Air Force reported intercepting two of the missiles in the capital but at least five explosions were heard. Ukraine faces a serious deficit in anti-aircraft ammunition leading to bursts of anti-aircraft machine gun fire in an attempt to shoot down missiles.

Ukrainian officials have stressed that more anti-aircraft defenses are needed to protect cities and save lives. Damage was reported across multiple districts of Kyiv including destruction of a municipal administration headquarters and Academy of Decorative Arts and Design. In Odessa, at least two large explosions were reported near Sports Palace resulting injuries and damage to civilian structures.

The Russian military intensified its bombings against Ukrainian targets following accusations by President Vladimir Putin against Ukrainian authorities who he claimed had attacked Russian oil refineries with drones leading to disruptions in fuel production. These events led to retaliatory bombings by Russian army against Ukrainian cities and military targets further escalating conflict between both sides engaging strategic attacks counterattacks.

In summary, on Monday Russia launched two large-scale bombings targeting Ukrainian cities far from front lines causing damage and panic among citizens. The use of innovative weapons such as Zircon missiles is becoming more common during these attacks leaving Ukraine facing a serious deficit in anti-aircraft ammunition leading to bursts of anti-aircraft machine gun fire attempting to shoot down projectiles.

The conflict continues to escalate with both sides engaging strategic attacks counterattacks while accusing each other for disrupting fuel production through drone attacks on oil refineries resulting further retaliation by Russian army against Ukrainian cities and military targets with no end sight yet foreseeable.

By Samantha Jones

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