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Russia-Ukraine crisis: Missile attack damages infrastructure in Brovary, near Kyiv

There was no official explanation for the explosions



Reuters file
Reuters file

By Reuters

Published: Sun 17 Apr 2022, 8:18 AM

Last updated: Sun 17 Apr 2022, 12:39 PM

Explosions were heard in the early hours on Sunday in Ukraine’s capital, Kyiv, local media reported.

Overnight, air raid sirens were going off over nearly all of Ukraine.

There was no official explanation for the explosions and Reuters could not immediately verify the reports.

A missile attack in early hours of Sunday damaged infrastructure in the city of Brovary, near Ukraine’s capital of Kyiv, Igor Sapozhko, mayor of Brovary said in an online post.

There were no details on the extent of the destruction and potential casualties.

Reuters was not able to immediately verify the reports.

Russia says ‘destroyed’ military factory outside Kyiv

Russia’s defence ministry said Sunday it struck a military plant outside Kyiv, as Moscow intensifies its attacks on the Ukrainian capital.

“During the night, high-precision, air-launched missiles destroyed an ammunitions factory near the settlement of Brovary, Kyiv region,” the ministry said in a statement on Telegram.


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