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Ukraine war: Russia wants to 'break us down' with missile attacks, says Ukrainian official

Vehicles are on fire at an oil depot after missiles struck the facility in an area controlled by Russian-backed separatist forces in Makiivka, 15 km east of Donetsk
Vehicles are on fire at an oil depot after missiles struck the facility in an area controlled by Russian-backed separatist forces in Makiivka, 15 km east of Donetsk Copyright AP Photo
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"Another night in Ukraine, another barrage of Russian missiles raining down on peaceful Ukrainian cities," said foreign minister Dmytro Kuleba.

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Ukrainian Foreign Minister Dmytro Kuleba accused Russia of “resorting to the missile terrorism tactics in order to spread fear across Ukraine" as air raid sirens sounded in cities across the country.

Meanwhile, fresh attempts to evacuate civilians from Mariupol were underway on Wednesday, the day after more than 100 arrived to Ukrainian-held territory and relative safety.

The European Commission has proposed a new raft of sanctions against Moscow, including a ban on Russian oil imports.

See how the day unfolded in the blog below, and watch Euronews TV coverage in the video player above.

For a summary of Tuesday's developments in the war, click here.

Additional sources • Reuters

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