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Russia hits logistics facility in Odesa, injuring 1 civilian

by The Kyiv Independent news desk November 17, 2022 2:39 PM 1 min read
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Russian troops launched a missile attack on Odesa in the morning of Nov. 17, hitting a logistics object, wounding one civilian, and damaging the buildings nearby, Nataliia Humeniuk, a spokesperson for Ukraine’s Southern Operational Command, told TV channel Kyiv.

Ukrainian air defense destroyed six missiles over the Black Sea, added Humeniuk.

Overall, Russia fired 18 сruise missiles and sent 6 kamikaze drones at Ukraine during the morning air raid alert on Nov. 17, according to Ukraine's Air Force.

The Kyiv city military administration said that air defense systems downed 4 Russian missiles and 5 Shahed-136 kamikaze drones over Kyiv on the morning of Nov. 17.

Fourteen people, including a child, were injured in the missile attack on Dnipro on Nov. 17 that hit an unidentified industrial site but damaged nearby buildings.

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