Russia is stepping up its attacks on Ukraine after a Russian warship sank

Three bombs exploded early Saturday night in the Darnitsky suburb of the Ukrainian capital, Kiev. At least one death has been reported. Several people were injured. The western city of Laviv also exploded. Russia is expected to step up its offensive in Ukraine after a Russian warship, the Moscow, sank in the Black Sea on Thursday.

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Also on Friday night, a Russian missile strike near a weapons factory near Kiev. Also on Saturday, a Russian missile struck a tank and armored vehicle factory on the outskirts of Kiev. News from the BBC

After the sinking of Moscow, Russia broke a two-week standoff and launched two new missile strikes on the Ukrainian capital. The factory that was attacked on Friday night was used to make anti-ship missiles called Neptune, which is believed to have sunk Moscow.

Kiev Mayor Vitaly Klitschko has warned city residents of the attack. He also fears further attacks.

The bomber struck shortly after noon in the western Ukrainian city of Lviv. The bomber struck shortly after 7:15 a.m. Saturday, according to regional governor Maxim Kozitsky. He also said that Ukraine’s air defense system was active there. But he did not say what the target of the attack was or whether there were any casualties.

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