Russian army drops 4 bombs on village in Kherson region: civilian killed
On Thursday, October 26, the occupying Russian forces dropped four air bombs on the village of Tyahynka, Kherson region, killing a civilian man
This is reported by the press service of the Kherson Regional Military Administration.
It noted that Russian troops attacked Tyahynka, the Kherson region, in the afternoon.
"In the afternoon, the occupiers dropped four guided bombs on the village," the statement said.
One of the bombs hit near a local cafe, resulting in the death of a 59-year-old man due to his injuries.
On the same day, Russia carried out another attack on civilians. A 16-year-old boy was killed in the shelling of the village of Poznya, Sumy region.