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Here are the latest images from Ukraine. At least four people were killed in Kharkiv in a Russian drone attack.

This photograph taken on April 4, 2024 shows a residential building damaged as a result of a missile attack in Kharkiv. Photograph: Sergey Bobok/AFP/Getty Images
Ukrainian rescuers work on the scene of an overnight drone attack on a residential building in Kharkiv. Photograph: Sergey Kozlov/EPA

Two killed in drone attack on Kherson

Two people were killed in a Ukrainian drone attack in a Russian-controlled part of Ukraine’s Kherson region, Russian-installed official Andrey Alekseenko said today, Reuters reported.


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350,000 people without power in Kharkiv region

Around 350,000 residents are without power in the Kharkiv region following an overnight drone attack, Reuters reported citing the Ukrainian energy ministry.

An emergency vehicle is seen among debris next to a residential building following a missile attack in Kharkiv on April 4. Photograph: Sergey Bobok/AFP/Getty Images

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Foreign ministers from Nato’s 32 members are gathering for a second day in Brussels today. They are marking the 75-year anniversary of the defensive alliance, and will also hold talks with Ukraine’s foreign minister, Dmytro Kuleba.

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Nato secretary general Jens Stoltenberg walks to lay a wreath during a ceremony marking the alliance’s 75th anniversary at Nato headquarters in Brussels. Photograph: Kenzo Tribouillard/AFP/Getty Images

Four killed in drone attack on Kharkiv

Good morning, the time has just passed 10am in Kyiv and Moscow.

Associated Press has reported that Russian troops launched waves of Shahed drones against Kharkiv overnight. The regional governor, Oleh Syniehubov, said that four people were killed and 12 were wounded.

Russia attacked Ukraine’s second-biggest city with at least 15 drones, some of which were shot down by air defences.

Three rescuers were killed when Russia struck a multi-storey building damaged in an earlier strike. Six people were wounded at that location. Another 14-storey building was hit by a drone, killing a 69-year-old woman.

Kharkiv has become a frequent target for Russian troops in recent weeks. The eastern city is close to the border with Russia and has been hit with both ballistic missiles and drones.

A recent massive missile attack that aimed to significantly damage Ukraine’s energy infrastructure plunged most of Kharkiv into darkness, and the situation there is still being stabilised.

“Each manifestation of Russian terror once again proves that the country-terrorist deserves only one thing — a tribunal,” Ukraine’s human rights chief, Dmytro Lubinets, published on Telegram in response to the attack.


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