Russia-Ukraine war news: Dnipro attack leaves 20 injured


A Russian attack in the Dnipro area of central-eastern Ukraine has killed a toddler and left at least 20 people injured, including five children, according to the regional governor. Rescuers searched overnight for survivors in the rubble of what was a two-story residential building.

Protests are planned in Russia and around the world Sunday in support of detained Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny, marking his 47th birthday. Here’s the latest on the war and its ripple effects across the globe.

The brigade is armed with Western weapons including Bradley infantry fighting vehicles, and trained with simulations at the base in Germany to learn how their opponents might respond to planned assaults. They are at the vanguard of an effort to transform Kyiv’s fighters into a modern force skilled in NATO’s most advanced warfare tactics, The Post’s Isabelle Khurshudyan and Kamila Hrabchuk report.



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