Russian missiles strike 2 infrastructure facilities in Dnipro.
Two infrastructure facilities in the city of Dnipro have been damaged as a result of a Russian missile strike on the morning of 17 November.
Russian terrorists have carried out a new attack on Dnipro. Two infrastructure facilities have been hit. According to early reports, one person sustained injuries. Emergency workers are working to eliminate the consequences of the attack.
Details: Dnipro Mayor Borys Filatov reported that at least eight people have been injured, including a 15-year-old child.
Attack on Zaporizhzhia Oblast: four people killed in the town of Vilniansk.
The city of Vilniansk, Zaporizhia Oblast, was hit by a rocket on the night of Thursday, 16 November, at least four people have been killed.
The Russians once again launched a rocket attack on one of the settlements of the Vilniansk hromada. [an administrative unit designating a town, village or several villages and their adjacent territories - ed.] Civilian facilities have been destroyed as a result of the attack with three rockets. In particular, a two-storey residential building has been destroyed. People have been trapped under the rubble. Preliminary reports indicate that two of them have been killed.
Russia attacks infrastructure facility in Odesa Oblast.
Russia has launched a missile strike on an infrastructure facility in Odesa Oblast on the morning of Thursday, 17 November.
he enemy has carried out a missile strike on an infrastructure facility in [Odesa] Oblast.
There is a threat of a large-scale missile strike on all of Ukraine. I urge the residents of the oblast to remain in shelters.
Shelling of Nikopol: 20 civilian homes and power lines damaged.
More than 70 Russian shells landed in the Nikopol district (Dnipropetrovsk Oblast) on the night of 16-17 November.
The Russians targeted four hromadas – Myrove, Marhanets, Chervonohryhorivka and Nikopol – with Grad multiple-launch rocket systems and heavy artillery. [Hromada is an administrative unit designating a town, village or several villages and their adjacent territories -ed.]
There are no casualties.
The city of Nikopol itself sustained the most damage."
Details: Twenty high- and low-rise civilian homes, a dozen outbuildings, a college, several cars, a gas pipeline and several power lines have been damaged in the city of Nikopol.