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A damaged building in Zaporizhzhia Oblast after shelling between Oct. 10-11. (Zaporizhzhia Oblast Military Administration/Telegram)
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Russian troops carried out attacks against the village of Tsvitkovo in Zaporizhzhia Oblast on June 10, injuring three individuals, Governor Ivan Fedorov reported.

Four Russian guided aerial bombs caused the destruction of several homes and outbuildings, the governor said.

The injured residents suffered shrapnel wounds and are receiving medical attention.

Zaporizhzhia, a city with a population of around 710,000, lies in Ukraine's southeast. Zaporizhzhia is subjected to regular Russian attacks due to its proximity to the front line.


In the last few weeks, Russian forces have targeted and damaged Zaporizhzhia’s International Airport and Dnipro Hydroelectric Station.

Report: Russia’s war has caused over $56 billion in damage to Ukraine’s energy sector
Russia’s full-scale invasion has inflicted $56.2 billion in damage to Ukraine’s energy sector as of May 2024, according to the Kyiv School of Economics (KSE) report published on June 10.

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