Russia pounded Ukraine with drone and missile strikes on the eve of the Victory Day holiday marking the Soviet Union’s triumph over Nazi Germany during World War II. The attack killed at least four civilians and injured five in the capital. Kyiv’s mayor said Russia had unleashed 60 Iranian-made drones, including 36 at the capital, all of which had been shot down. Russian shelling of 127 targets across northern, southern, and eastern parts of Ukraine killed three civilians, and Russia long-range bombers launched up to eight cruise missiles at Ukraine’s southern Odesa region, one of which hit a food warehouse, sparking a massive inferno. Meanwhile, Russian forces were making a final push to capture the eastern city of Bakhmut just in time for the Victory Day celebrations. In a new break with Russia, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky marked Victory Day a day earlier than Moscow. On the day of Russia’s parade, Zelensky will mark “Europe Day” alongside European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen.
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