Russian forces shell Kherson, killing 23 and injuring 46
Update: Reuters reports that the death toll has risen 23.
Ukraine’s Prosecutor General reported that the Russian army had shelled Kherson on the morning of May 3. The shelling killed 18 people and injured 46 others, including two children, across the Kherson region.
According to the prosecutor, the Russian troops fired “chaotically” and the shells hit civilian infrastructure, including the local ATB supermarket and the train station. The press service says that the shelling is ongoing.