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Russian missiles rain down on cities across Ukraine

Several explosions have rocked cities across Ukraine, including the capital, Kyiv, and Lviv in the west. Russia's president said missile strikes had been launched on energy, military and communications networks in response to an attack on the Kerch Bridge to Crimea.

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