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Russia Launches Largest Drone Attack in Ukraine Since Start of Invasion

HeadlineNov 27, 2023

Ukraine’s military says it shot down 71 of 75 drones launched by Russia Saturday in what officials are calling the largest such attack since Russia’s invasion early last year. At least two people were injured in Kyiv, where falling debris sparked fires at residential buildings and a kindergarten. The Russian drone attacks came just days after U.S. Secretary of Defense Lloyd Austin visited Kyiv, where he announced another $100 million in military aid for Ukraine. The United Nations reports over 10,000 civilians have been killed in Ukraine since Russia invaded.

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