Putin's retaliation has begun: Ukraine's under fire PHOTO/VIDEO

Deputy Head of the Office of the President of Ukraine, Kyrylo Tymoshenko, also stated that civilians were injured in the attacks, reports Interfax Ukraine.
Also, Ukrainian media reports that air raid sirens have been sounding in the attacked cities all morning.
Explosions are heard this morning in Dnieper and Lviv, reports Interfax Ukraine, referring to posts on Telegram. The mayor of Lviv, Andriy Sadovyi, announced on Telegram that schools will be closed today, and classes will be held online. He also said that there were temporary interruptions in mobile communications.

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— Юлія (@Forelka_ua) October 10, 2022

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All media also reported that new explosions were heard in Kyiv.
"Sputnik International" reports that the air defense in Odessa has been activated in the meantime.

Ukrainian media reported that Russian forces also targeted Slavyansk and Zaporizhzhia. Just to recall that early this morning Kyiv was shelled. Three explosions rang out in the city center, and according to initial information, there are dead and injured.

#Kyiv, #Ukraine after several explosions near my house. People run into the metros or underground garages. pic.twitter.com/JJ6uFpZCMX

— Aurora Borealis (@JoneTan_2020) October 10, 2022

Witnesses report that explosions were heard in the Russian city of Belgorod.
Western media believe that this is retaliation by Russian...

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