A missile strike On the eve of Christmas, the Ukrainian city of Kherson fell.
Russian officials on Saturday morning, the shooting began, killing at least eight and injuring at least 58.
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President of Ukraine Vladimir Zelensky shared images of the aftermath via social media, saying the world needed to be aware of the violence unfolding.
“This is not confidential content – this is real life [Ukraine]”, Zelensky wrote.
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Kherson,” he continued, “on the eve of Christmas in the central part of the city. This is terror, this is killing for intimidation and pleasure. The world needs to see what absolute evil we are fighting against.’
Kherson was liberated by Ukrainian forces earlier this winter, making it a prime target for the continuation Russian attacks aimed at regaining lost territories.
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The Christmas Eve The massacre is just the latest in a series of rocket attacks on the city.
According to Governor Yaroslav Yanushevich, 74 separate strikes were carried out on Friday in the Kherson region, as a result of which five civilians were killed and 17 were injured.
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Zelensky headed to the US on Wednesday, his first trip outside of Ukraine since Russia invaded the country in early 2022.
During a foreign trip, Zelensky met with President Joe Biden and spoke at a joint session of Congress, seeking further US support and funding for war with Russia.