New Delhi: A bomb blast rocked a school in eastern Ukraine on Sunday. About 60 people are feared dead in the Russian attack. In fact, a school in the Luhansk region of eastern Ukraine was bombed by Russian forces. At least 60 people are feared dead. Governor Serhiy Gaidai said Russian forces had dropped a bomb on Bilohoriyevka’s school on Saturday afternoon, setting the building on fire. About 90 people were taking shelter in the school at that time.
- Bilohoriyevka’s school bombed
- About 90 people were taking shelter in the school at that time
- He also bombed a steel plant in Marupol
- Three bridges were destroyed in a Russian attack in Kharkiv
The Russian military also fired cruise missiles at the southern Ukrainian city of Odessa on Saturday and bombed a besieged steel plant in Mariupol. Russia is trying to capture the port ahead of Victory Day celebrations. The last survivors of the plant were women, children and the elderly, but Ukrainian fighters were trapped there, officials said.
Ordinary citizens took refuge in that school
Luhansk Governor Serhiy Gaidai said the school had been targeted by Russian forces. Ordinary citizens took refuge in that school. The governor of Luhansk claims that a heavy bombardment by the Russian military set the school building on fire. After about four hours of efforts, the fire was brought under control.
Heavy bombings in Kharkiv, Kiev and Odisha
According to Ukrainian media, Russian forces have bombed the capital, Kiev, as well as Kharkiv and Odisha. The Russian military has dropped six cruise missiles on Odessa. Three bridges were destroyed in a Russian attack in Kharkiv. Several buildings were also damaged in the Russian attack. Explosions were also heard in Mikolev. Air alert sirens are constantly sounding in Odisha.
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