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See the aftermath of Russia's aerial assault on several cities in Ukraine

Odesa: Firefighters work to extinguish a fire at a damaged apartment building.
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Odesa: Firefighters work to extinguish a fire at a damaged apartment building.

Russia launched a major attack on Ukraine today, raining more than a 100 drones and missiles on the country. Ukrainian officials report 26 killed and more than 120 wounded.

Several large Ukrainian cities were attacked, including the capital, Kyiv, as well as Dnipro, Lviv, Odesa and Kharkiv.

Residential buildings, hospitals, a shopping mall and other civilian infrastructure were hit.

Take a look.

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Zaporizhzhia: People clear the debris at the site of Russia's air attack.
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Zaporizhzhia: People clear the debris at the site of Russia's air attack.
Kyiv: People take shelter in a subway station as they wait for the end of another air alarm after a Russian missile attack.
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Kyiv: People take shelter in a subway station as they wait for the end of another air alarm after a Russian missile attack.
Lviv: Local residents stand inside a damaged building after a missile attack in Lviv, on December 29, 2023, amid the Russian invasion of Ukraine.
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Lviv: Local residents stand inside a damaged building after a missile attack in Lviv, on December 29, 2023, amid the Russian invasion of Ukraine.
Lviv: A teacher inspects her classroom that was damaged after a missile attack in Lviv, western Ukraine.
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Lviv: A teacher inspects her classroom that was damaged after a missile attack in Lviv, western Ukraine.
Dnipro: Firefighters and municipal employees work at the site after a rocket attack.
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Dnipro: Firefighters and municipal employees work at the site after a rocket attack.
Kyiv: A woman walks past a damaged business centre after a rocket attack.
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Kyiv: A woman walks past a damaged business centre after a rocket attack.
Kharkiv: Ukrainian police officers inspect the site of an explosion after a missile strike in the forest next to a medical complex.
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Kharkiv: Ukrainian police officers inspect the site of an explosion after a missile strike in the forest next to a medical complex.
Odesa: Apartment buildings are seen damaged after a Russian attack.
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Odesa: Apartment buildings are seen damaged after a Russian attack.
Kyiv: Smoke rises behind a building damaged in Russia's missile attack.
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Kyiv: Smoke rises behind a building damaged in Russia's missile attack.
Zaporizhzhia: Servicemen are seen through the broken windows of a city tram, damaged in Russia's massive air attack.
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Zaporizhzhia: Servicemen are seen through the broken windows of a city tram, damaged in Russia's massive air attack.
Dnipro: A man walks past a damaged building after Russian airstrikes which killed 6 and injured around 28 people.
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Dnipro: A man walks past a damaged building after Russian airstrikes which killed 6 and injured around 28 people.
Lviv: Ukrainian firefighters and local residents inspect a damaged building and its surroundings.
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Lviv: Ukrainian firefighters and local residents inspect a damaged building and its surroundings.
Kharkiv: A local resident removes shards of glass from the windows of an oncology center damaged after a missile strike.
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Kharkiv: A local resident removes shards of glass from the windows of an oncology center damaged after a missile strike.
Zaporizhzhia: People react after Russia's massive air attack damaged their homes.
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Zaporizhzhia: People react after Russia's massive air attack damaged their homes.
Kyiv: Firefighters work on the site of a building damaged after a Russian attack in Kyiv, Ukraine, Friday, Dec. 29, 2023.
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Kyiv: Firefighters work on the site of a building damaged after a Russian attack in Kyiv, Ukraine, Friday, Dec. 29, 2023.

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