Russian air strikes have hit cities across Ukraine, including the capital Kyiv, killing at least 12 people. Ten people died in the central city of Uman after missiles hit residential buildings, officials said.
And a woman and her three-year-old daughter were killed in the city of Dnipro, according to the local mayor.
Russia has launched a wave of missile attacks across many of Ukraine’s biggest cities, killing a mother and young child in the port city of Dnipro, and four people at a high-rise apartment building in the central city of Uman.
Air raid alarms were active across the country in the early hours of Friday morning, while explosions were heard in Kyiv, and southern Mykolaiv was targeted again.
Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky said 10 residential buildings were damaged in Uman and said the attacks showed further international action needed to be taken against Russia.