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Ukraine's Presidential Office head Andrii Yermak said air defense is at work amid a massive air raid alert.

The Kyiv City Military Administration urged residents to remain in shelters.

Air raid alert was turned on in the city at around 3:40 a.m. on May 1. Air raid alert is still on.

Earlier, the head of the Mykolaiv police Serhii Shaikhet reported that Russia may try to hit Ukraine with up to a hundred missiles.

Overnight on May 1, Ukraine's Presidential Office head Andrii Yermak urged citizens not to ignore air raid sirens.

Ukraine war latest: Oil depot fire in Sevastopol ‘preparation’ for counteroffensive, says military spokesperson
Key developments on April 30: * Ukraine, US’ top generals talk of counteroffensive possible scenarios * Zelensky discusses military needs with Macron * Fire at oil depot in Sevastopol is ‘preparations’ for counteroffensive, says military * Intelligence chief pledges to eliminate Russian war cri…
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10:26 PM

Senate Democrats back Johnson's foreign aid bills.

Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer said on April 19 that Senate Democrats will support House Speaker Mike Johnson's series of bills that includes aid for Ukraine, Israel, and other priorities if they pass the House.
10:01 PM

Russian attack on Kherson kills 80-year-old woman.

In a post on Telegram, the head of the city's military administration, Roman Mrochko, said the victim was walking the streets when she was hit in an attack launched from the occupied east bank of Kherson.
7:20 PM

Netherlands allocates over $210 million for ammunition for Ukraine.

Specifically, the country is devoting 150 million euros ($160 million) to Germany's Immediate Action on Air Defence initiative. The Netherlands has also allocated 60 million euros ($64 million) for the purchase of short-range air defense hardware, for example, to combat Russian drones.
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