By Alexander Curie, Correspondent in Kyiv
V.SFive loud explosions rattled windows in the Ukrainian capital around 8am local time, the aftermath of a deadly raid that claimed the lives of four people, including a six-months pregnant woman. About 20 people were rescued from the rubble.
A more than a century old residential building located in the city center near the Kew railway station and which has survived two world wars, Shahed-136 did not survive the drone blast. The search for survivors under the rubble of the collapsed building continued this evening.
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