Ukraine governor says at least 10 killed in Russian shelling of city in Luhansk

KYIV, Ukraine — At least 10 people were killed in the latest shelling in Severodonetsk in the east of Ukraine, as the city is almost surrounded by Russian troops, the Luhansk region governor Sergiy Gaiday says today.

Russian troops “are shelling Severodonetsk without stopping,” Gaiday says in a statement in Telegram.

“At least 10 people were killed. It is currently extremely difficult to check the area due to new shelling,” he adds, urging the locals not to leave the shelters.

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