President Zelenskyy says 2-year-old is one of 500 Ukrainian children killed in war

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy reports that at least 500 children have been killed in the ongoing conflict with Russia.

The big picture: The war, now in its 16th month, continues to cause casualties and destruction in Ukraine.
* Zelenskyy said it was impossible to establish the exact number of children killed due to ongoing hostilities and some areas being under Russian occupation.

Recent incident: The body of a 2-year-old girl was found among the rubble of an apartment building in the city of Dnipro on Sunday.
* The regional governor reported that five children were among 22 people injured by a Russian attack that damaged two residential buildings.

Continued conflict: Russian forces launched more strikes on Sunday, targeting multiple areas in Ukraine, including the capital, Kyiv.
* Ukrainian air defenses managed to down three Shahed self-exploding drones and four of the six cruise missiles fired.

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