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  • On the front, Ukraine welcomed the departure of Russian forces from Serpents' Island, which they had taken in the early hours of their offensive, a highly symbolic victory for kyiv.

  • Fourteen people were killed in a missile attack on a building in the Odessa region, in southern Ukraine, fired by a "strategic aircraft" from the Black Sea according to kyiv.

  • This strike came as NATO pledged its unwavering support to Ukraine by closing its summit in Madrid on Thursday.

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Ten people were killed in a missile attack on the Odessa region in southern Ukraine, a senior Ukrainian official announced overnight from Thursday to Friday.

"The death toll in an apartment building has risen to ten," said the spokesman for the administration of the Odessa region Sergey Brachuk.

7 a.m.: It's the end of the NATO summit

NATO ended its summit in Madrid on Thursday on the observation, made by Moscow, that a new "iron curtain" was falling in Europe at a time when Ukraine, on the strength of the alliance's renewed support, resumed the Russians a symbolic and strategic island for the control of maritime routes.

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The day of this Friday begins – sadly – ​​strong with a Russian attack at dawn.

Ten people were killed by a missile fired by a "strategic aircraft" from the Black Sea at a building in the Odessa region of southern Ukraine, according to kyiv.

The day before, the Ukrainian army had just taken back from the Russians a strategic island in the Black Sea for the control of maritime routes.

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