The photo is archival and from a previous Ukrainian drone attack in Kursk
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A Ukrainian drone has struck an administrative building in the center of the city of Kursk, in southern Russia. The information is from “France Press”, which refers to the Russian authorities, reports BTA.
Kursk is located about 90 km from the border with Ukraine.
Ukraine hit the headquarters of the Black Sea Fleet in Sevastopol
“In Kursk, a Ukrainian drone attacked an administrative building in the center,” Kursk Oblast Governor Roman Starovoit wrote in Telegram, adding: “There is light damage to the roof. Emergency and rescue services are on the scene.”
In recent months, Kiev has launched almost daily attacks on Russian cities amid a Ukrainian counteroffensive against Russian forces that began in early June. Last month, a Ukrainian drone caused significant damage to a train station in Kursk, injuring five people.
An elderly woman was killed by Russian shelling in the Donetsk region
Meanwhile, a 74-year-old woman was killed by Russian shelling in Ukraine’s Donetsk region, the spokeswoman for the regional prosecutor’s office told Ukrainian public television, DPA reported, quoted by BTA. It is added that the village of Elizavetivka was subjected to artillery fire on Saturday.
In the town of Avdeevka, a 44-year-old man was injured in an attack with rocket launchers.
In previous Russian rocket attacks on the town of Kurakhove in the Donetsk region, 16 people were injured, according to official data.
Fierce fighting is going on for the Donetsk region. Due to the continuous artillery shelling, the Ukrainian government recommended that local residents evacuate before the onset of winter. Since then, nearly 250,000 people have evacuated to other areas. Among them are 50,000 children.