An airstrike killed at least nine people, including two children, in the Ukrainian city of Sumy, where a humanitarian corridor was to be set up today, authorities said. The AFP News Agency reports that the corridor from Sumy to Poltava is designed to evacuate civilians, including Chinese, Indians, and other foreigners, but Ukraine’s vice prime minister accused Russia of planning to disrupt the route. The airstrike in Sumy, near the Russian border east of the Ukrainian capital Kyiv, took place late Monday.
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