Ukraine war: Two killed in ‘Russian air strike’ on health clinic and vets in Dnipro | World News

At least two people have been killed after a Russian missile strike hit a health clinic and a veterinary building in eastern Ukraine, officials have said.

Video footage showed a severely damaged site with smoke pouring out of it, following the attack in the city of Dnipro on Friday.

Most of the upper floor of what appeared to be a three-storey building had been destroyed, along with cars parked nearby.

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More than 20 people are also said to have been injured, including three children.

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy described the alleged missile strike as a “crime against humanity”.

He added: “The buildings of a psychological clinic and a veterinary clinic in the city of Dnipro were destroyed…

“Only an evil state can fight against clinics. There can be no military purpose in this. It is pure [Russian] terror.”

Regional governor Serhiy Lysak said a body had been recovered from the ruins…

Sky News

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