US restrictions on use of long-range weapons remain, as Russian missile strike ravages children’s hospital in Kyiv

US restrictions on use of long-range weapons remain, as Russian missile strike ravages children’s hospital in Kyiv


‘NO CHANGE IN OUR POLICY’: While President Volodymyr Zelensky travels to Washington for the NATO summit celebrating 75 years of the alliance, Ukraine today is in a day of mourning after Russia launched its heaviest bombardment of the country in months on Monday.

While the attacks targeted six areas of Ukraine, one particularly heart-wrenching strike was by a Russian cruise missile on a children’s hospital in Kyiv, where seriously ill children are treated for cancer and other life-threatening health problems. “As of now, at least 37 people have been killed, including three children, and 170 injured, including 13 children,” Zelensky said in a post on X.

In remarks in Poland yesterday, Zelensky underscored Ukraine’s desperate need for more air defenses, such as the U.S.-made Patriot

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