Authorities say days of heavy shelling by Russian forces have killed at least 32 people in the southern region of the Ukrainian city of Kherson.
Long lines of traffic have built up as civilians leave the area in search of safety. Ukrainian forces liberated Kherson just two weeks ago. Moscow has since kept up a relentless barrage primarily targeting power and water supplies.
But reports suggest that Russia is increasingly relying on imprecise, ageing cruise missiles, meaning that it has run out of modern weapons. DW spoke with military analyst Marina Miron of King's College London for an assessment of the situation.
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