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Twenty die in Ukraine's Odesa following Russian missile strike

At least 20 people died after a Russian missile strike hit a civilian infrastructure in the Ukrainian city of Odesa, media reports said.

At least 8 killed in drone attack on Ukraine's Odesa

Kyiv/IBNS/UNI: At least eight people were killed and eight others injured when a drone hit an apartment building in Ukraine's southern port city of Odesa on Saturday morning, the State Service for Emergencies said on Telegram.

Ukraine: UN strongly condemns Russian strikes in Odesa

New York: Senior UN officials have strongly condemned the deadly Russian missile strikes in the Ukrainian city of Odesa on Sunday which damaged several historic buildings.

Air raid warnings issued across Ukraine: Authorities

Kiev/UNI: Air raid warnings were issued throughout Ukraine on Thursday, according to the digital transformation ministry's live map.

Ukraine: UNICEF delivers life-saving supplies for over 50,000 children in Odesa

New York: The UN Children’s Fund UNICEF, delivered supplies on Tuesday to help an estimated 50,000 children in the war-ravaged districts of Odesa, the crucial Black Sea port which Russia bombed on Saturday, just hours after signing a landmark deal to allow Ukrainian grain to reach millions of food insecure people across the world.

Ukraine conflict: Russian missile strikes kill 21 in Odesa region

Odesa: Overnight Russian missile strike has left 21 people  ,including one child, dead in Odesa region of Ukraine, media reports said.