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Russia’s attacks on Mykolaiv Oblast kill 2 teenagers

by The Kyiv Independent news desk April 16, 2023 8:45 AM 1 min read
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Russian forces struck the Snihurivka community overnight on April 16, killing two teenagers born in 2005, Mykolaiv Oblast Governor Vitaly Kim said.

According to preliminary data, Russia used S-300 surface-to-air missiles for the attack. The attack damaged an educational institution, a private enterprise, and residential buildings.

Overnight shelling also damaged two educational institutions, a hospital, a cultural center, and residential buildings in the city of Snihurivka. According to Kim, there were no casualties.

On April 15, Russian forces struck one settlement of the Horokhiv community. A kindergarten and a club were damaged as a result of the attack. There were no casualties, Kim added.

Russian forces also struck Zaporizhzhia Oblast overnight on April 16.

Russia attacks Sumy, Chernihiv oblasts late on April 15
A Russian airstrike injured one civilian in Sumy Oblast late on April 15. The Russian military also struck an enterprise in Chernihiv Oblast, causing a fire.

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