Kyiv hit by wave of deadly drone strikes
30 October 2022 | 5:36 am
Waves of explosive-laden suicide drones struck Ukraine's capital and other cities as families were preparing to start their week early Monday, the blasts echoing across Kyiv, setting buildings ablaze and sending people scurrying to shelters.
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