Russian guided bomb kills two in eastern Ukraine, prosecutors say

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A Russian guided bomb killed two people and wounded three in a residential area of the eastern Ukrainian town of Selydove on Friday, regional prosecutors said.

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Five five-story buildings and six private homes were damaged by the UMPB D-30 bomb in Selydove, about 14 kilometers (nine miles) from the frontline, the Donetsk region prosecutors said on the Telegram messaging app.

Russia, which began its full-scale invasion in February 2022, has dropped over 10,000 guided bombs since the start of the year, including over 3,200 in May alone, Ukrainian military spokesman Nazar Voloshyn said.

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