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29 OF 30 SHOT DOWN: There was some damage in the Ukrainian capital of Kyiv this morning from falling debris, but no reported casualties, as the city’s missile shield held against an onslaught of 30 Russian cruise missiles that hit across the country in waves between 9 p.m. Wednesday and 5:30 a.m. Thursday morning.

As was the case with an attack earlier this week, Ukraine said the missiles were fired from air, sea, and land, and the country claimed all but one were intercepted by Western-supplied air defenses.

“Forces and anti-air defense equipment of the Air Force, in cooperation with other components of the Defense Forces of Ukraine, destroyed 29 winged missiles,” said Ukraine’s General Staff on its Facebook page. “Of strategic aviation aircraft: two Tu-160 and eight Tu-95 launched 22 winged missiles. Of the ships in the Black Sea — six winged caliber rockets. As well as two winged missiles “Iskander-K” from the ground-operative-tactical rocket complexes.”

Several areas besides Kyiv were targeted, including Bakhmut, Kherson, and Odesa, the Ukrainian military said. And in Odesa, one missile got through, killing one person and wounding two others, according to the Associated Press.

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‘EVERYTHING IS FINE WITH THE PATRIOT’: Ukraine broke its silence over reports that one of the two Patriot missile batteries supplied by the United States, Germany, and the Netherlands was damaged in Tuesday’s attack.

U.S. defense officials, speaking on background, said a Patriot system protecting Kyiv was damaged by an indirect hit but was “still operational,” and critically, the sophisticated phased array radar was not hit.

“Everything is fine with the Patriot,” Ukrainian air force spokesman Yuriy Ihnat said in a text message to the Washington Post.

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