Alan Cullison and Bertrand Benoit
KYIV, Ukraine—A Russian missile strike on a city in central Ukraine killed at least 23 people Thursday, as Moscow continued to push a ground invasion that in recent days has appeared to lose momentum.
Three rockets hit a business center and residential buildings, local officials said. Footage of the city after the strike showed burning cars and injured or dead civilians. At least 90 people sought medical attention, officials said.
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