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When Russia targets ordinary homes: the attacks that mean no one is safe in Ukraine

A strike that killed 23 people far from any frontlines has forced residents to understand that one could come anywhere

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Huddled under a blanket, Iryna Babii turned away from the empty space where, until Friday, nine floors of apartments had been stacked, one of them home to her daughter’s best friend.

The apartments were obliterated when a Russian missile crashed into this residential block, which sits beside a school in a neighbourhood just near the botanical gardens of Uman, a central Ukrainian city that before the war was known mostly as a Jewish pilgrimage site.

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