Ukraine war: Drone attack sparks fire at Russian oil refinery; two injured in Kharkiv strikes

Source: CNBC

“Ukraine attacked an oil refinery in Russia’s Kaluga region in the early hours of Friday, setting the facility on fire, according to Russian media reports. Several explosions were heard in the Dzerzhinsky district of the Kaluga region, which borders the broader Moscow region, The Moscow Times reported, citing Russian Telegram channel SHOT. … Separately, two people were injured and residential houses were set ablaze as a result of a Russian attack on Ukraine’s Kharkiv in the early hours of Friday, according to the city’s regional governor. Ukraine’s armed forces said Friday that they destroyed all 10 drones as Russia launched an overnight assault.” (05/10/24)