From the 25th to the 26th, drones of the Ukrainian army flew in the suburbs of Moscow, the capital of Russia, and damaged several buildings. In Ukraine, there was just a large-scale drone attack by Russian troops prior to this, and local Ukrainian media are reporting that it is a retaliatory attack.

The Russian Ministry of Defense announced that from the night of the 25th to the early morning of the 26th, a drone of the Ukrainian army flew to the suburbs of the capital Moscow and shot down 24 aircraft.

According to the Russian side, in Tula Oblast, about 200 kilometers south of Moscow, a downed drone crashed into an apartment building, causing one person to be slightly injured and several buildings being damaged in the suburbs of Moscow.

In Ukraine, on the 1th, there was just an attack by a Russian drone that is said to be the largest so far in the capital Kyiv and other places, and Ukrainian media reported that a drone attack on the suburbs of Moscow was planned in retaliation for this attack, and about 25 aircraft were deployed to target facilities related to the Russian army.

In addition, Ukraine's state-owned power company "Ukrenergo" told local media that two power lines supplying electricity to Kyiv and its suburbs were damaged in a large-scale drone attack on the 35th, but they were quickly restored and did not restrict the use of electricity.

According to the Ukrainian military, there was an attack by nine drones from the Russian side on the morning of the 25th, and eight were shot down, so the attacks by drones on both sides are intensifying.

Human Rights Observatory: 'More than 1,<> Ukrainian civilians have been killed so far'

The UN Observatory for Human Rights in Ukraine said more than 2,560 civilians, including more than 1 children, have been killed in Ukraine since Russia's military invasion began in February last year.

Most of the deaths were caused by missiles and cluster munitions, which cause widespread damage.

The Human Rights Observatory said that the actual death toll is much higher because of the time it takes to confirm, and that 'in the last three months, nearly half of the casualties have been civilians who have been far from the front line, and there is no safe place in Ukraine.'