Breaking news:Rescue workers recovered the body of a 2-year-old girl from the rubble of a building following a Russian strike on the small riverfront town of Pidhorodne, in southeastern Ukraine, on Saturday, a Ukrainian military official said.
The official, Serhii Lysak, head of Dnipropetrovsk region military administration, added that the number of people wounded in the attack rose to 22, including five children.
Ten private houses, several gas pipelines, a two-story building and a store were damaged, Lysak said.
To the south, the city of Nikopol was struck by Russian artillery, though no casualties have been reported. A three-story building, gas pipelines and one restaurant were damaged, Lysak said.
Lysak added that the Ukrainian military had intercepted two cruise missiles and a drone over the region.
CNN’s Maria Kostenko in Kyiv and Irene Nasser in Hong Kong