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Ukraine war: five things you need to know about the conflict from Friday

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Ukrainian authorities say Russian missiles have struck a multi-storey block of flats and nearby holiday resorts in Ukraine's southern Odesa region, killing at least 21 people and wounding dozens.The Ukrainian president's office said three X-22 missiles fired by Russian bombers struck an apartment building and two campsites.

Ukraine’s Security Service said two children were among the dead.Ukraine’s Security Service said 38 people, including six children and a pregnant woman, were being treated in hospital for injuries.Kyiv says the missiles were fired from a plane in the Black Sea, where a day earlier Russian troops left the strategically important Snake Island.“A terrorist country is killing our people.

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