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The aftermath of the Russian attack on Dnipro, Ukraine's fourth-largest city, on June 28, 2024. (Dnipropetrovsk Oblast Governor Serhii Lysak / Telegram)
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The death toll of a Russian attack against Dnipro on June 28 has risen to two, as rescuers found the body of a woman in the rubble, Dnipropetrovsk Oblast Governor Serhii Lysak reported on July 2.

Russian troops carried out a missile attack on the city of Dnipro on June 28, damaging a nine-story building. At least 12 were wounded, the authorities reported.

Emergency services were still working at the scene as of the morning of July 2. Nearly 70% of the rubble had been cleared, Lysak said.

Dnipro, Ukraine's fourth-largest city, has served as a key logistics and humanitarian hub during the full-scale war.

Russian forces have carried out a number of deadly attacks against the city and the surrounding region since 2022.

Governor: Two people missing after Dnipro attack found alive and well
The mother and son who live in the destroyed nine-story building were not home at the time of the attack, according to the governor. He said they had contacted officials.

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