At least six people, including a 10-year-old girl and her mother, have been killed by a Russian missile strike on the Ukrainian city of Kryvyi Rih.
Ukraine’s interior minister said 69 others were injured when missiles slammed into a high-rise building and a university on Monday.
Regional governor Serhiy Lysak declared a day of mourning for those lost.
The home city of President Volodymyr Zelensky, Kryvyi Rih has been a consistent target for Russian strikes.
In June, 11 people died and 28 others were injured in the city after Russia launched a “massive missile attack” on civilian buildings.
The latest attack saw dozens of people hospitalised, including children aged from four to 17-years-old.
President Zelensky, who grew up in the city of 600,000 people, said a pair of missiles smashed into the residential apartment block and a university building early on Monday morning.