Russia pounded Ukraine with missiles on Thursday, killing a total of 11 people, a spokesperson for the State Emergency Service said, and seriously damaging energy infrastructure in the Black Sea region of Odesa, according to officials. In the capital Kyiv, at least one person was killed, and locals were forced to seek cover in metro stations.
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Russian forces have invaded Ukraine from land, air and sea with strikes causing widespread damage. Global leaders have condemned the move and imposed sanctions.
The Russian economy has been impacted by a raft of global sanctions as world leaders try to pressure Vladimir Putin to end the war in Ukraine.