Seven Killed in Russian Missile Strikes on Ukraine’s Lviv as Russia Steps Up Attacks


KYIV—Seven people were killed and several injured in Russian missile strikes on the western Ukrainian city of Lviv, Ukrainian authorities said, shattering the calm in a place that had remained mostly unharmed in the war as Russia expanded its strikes across Ukraine.

Russian cruise missiles injured 11 people, including the child of a family that had fled to the safety of western Ukraine from Kharkiv, which had been under Russian assault since the early days of the conflict, said Lviv Mayor Andriy Sadovyi. Three of the missiles hit military infrastructure and one missile struck a tire service shop, damaging nearby houses and vehicles, regional authorities said.

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