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Video: Putin’s forces have already killed 198 civilians including three children, Ukraine reveals, as tower block is ripped apart by MISSILE strike

A high-rise apartment building in Kyiv was hit by a deadly missile this morning as battle raged in the city, bringing the total number of civilians killed in Ukraine to 198 since the Russian invasion.

Surprising footage captured close shows the weapon crashing into the building near Zhuliany airport, while CCTV footage captured from within reveals the magnitude of the devastation.

A crater encompassing at least five storeys has been blown into the side of the skyscraper, with rubble thrown over the street below.

According to an adviser to the interior minister, no fatalities have been reported as a result of the incident.

In addition, Anton Herashchenko said that Russia was lying about not attacking civilian infrastructure, stating that at least 40 such installations had been damaged.

So far, Russian soldiers invading the pro-Western country have killed 198 people, including three children, according to Ukraine’s health minister.

‘Unfortunately, according to operational statistics, we have 198 dead, including three children, and 1,115 wounded, including 33 children, at the hands of the invaders,’ Viktor Lyashko, the Minister of Health, posted on Facebook.

Russian soldiers have also fired a volley of cruise missiles at Ukrainian military installations.

Major General Igor Konashenkov, a spokesman for the Defense Ministry, said the military hit a number of targets with long-range Kalibr cruise missiles.

He claimed the military has struck 821 Ukrainian military installations, including 14 air bases and 19 command buildings, and destroyed 24 air defense missile systems, 48 radars, seven jets, seven helicopters, nine drones, 87 tanks, and eight military boats since the onslaught began on Thursday.

However, the UK’s military forces minister, James Heappey, denied claims that Russia had gained complete control of the southern city of Melitopol this morning.

Meanwhile, the mayor of a city south of the capital claims that the country’s military has successfully repelled a Russian assault to seize a military air base.

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