Ukraine war: Zelenskyy says Ukraine won't be 'intimidated' by Russian missile strikes

A medical worker runs past a burning car after a Russian attack in Kyiv, Ukraine, Monday, Oct. 10, 2022.
A medical worker runs past a burning car after a Russian attack in Kyiv, Ukraine, Monday, Oct. 10, 2022. Copyright AP Photo/Roman Hrytsyna
By Alasdair Sandford, Joshua Askew & David Mac Dougall with AP, Reuters, AFP
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Ukraine's president said he discussed air defence assistance with US President Biden on Monday night, following Russia's massive bombing of several Ukrainian cities.

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There's been international condemnation of Russia after Vladimir Putin ordered a wave of missile strikes across Ukraine on Monday morning, including against the capital Kyiv.

The strikes, the biggest and most widespread Russian attacks in months, are being seen as a major escalation by Moscow after a period of successful Ukrainian counteroffensives.

See a summary of Monday's developments in our blog below: 

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