Russian missile attacks have hit outlying areas of Kyiv for the first time in weeks. And UK military intelligence says Russia's Wagner group may be in charge of some front-line sectors. DW rounds up the latest.
Russian missiles struck a city in central Ukraine Thursday, killed 21 people and wounding about 90 more, Ukrainian authorities said. The country's president called the attack "an open act of terrorism" against civilians in locations without any military value.
African students who have fled the war in Ukraine say the racism they face is making a bad situation worse. DW's Tobore Ovuorie has kept in touch with several of them as they go about seeking refuge in Europe.