Printed on Thu Oct 06 2022 11:37:58 PM

Russian invades Ukrainian Capital & Lviv

International desk
Russian forces pressed their assault on Ukrainian cities Friday, with new missile strikes and shelling on the edges of the capital Kyiv and the western city of Lviv, as world pioneers pushed for an examination of the Kremlin's rehashed assaults on regular civilian targets, including schools, hospitals, and residential areas.

Outside Lviv, black smoke surged for a long time after the early morning strike by a few missiles, which the mayor said hit a facility for repairing military aircraft near the city's international airport, also damaging a bus repair facility.

No losses were promptly detailed.

The office had suspended work ahead of the attack, said Mayor Andriy Sadovyi, on the Telegram messaging app.

A soldier on guard said he heard three blasts in between around 6 a.m. A nearby resident described his building vibrating from the explosions and people panicking.

The Russian missiles that hit Lviv were launched from the Black Sea, however, two of the six that were launched were shot down, the Ukrainian air force's western command said on Facebook.

Not far from the Polish boundary and well behind the front lines, Lviv and the surrounding area have not been spared Russia's assaults.

In the worst, nearly three dozen people were killed last weekend in a strike on a training facility near the city.

In the meantime, Lviv's population has swelled by some 200,000 as people from elsewhere in Ukraine have sought shelter there.

Early morning blasts likewise hit on the northern edges of Kyiv.

A person was killed by shelling on Podil, an area only north of downtown Kyiv, according to emergency services. It was not immediately known what was hit in the bombardment.
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