Russian bombardment hit Dnipro in eastern Ukraine in a daytime attack, killing at least five and wounding nearly 50.

Rockets and drones hit a shopping mall in Dnipro on Wednesday, smashing windows and sending shards onto the street.

According to local Mayor Borys Filatov, the attack also smashed windows at two schools and three kindergartens and left debris at a children’s hospital.

A video posted on social media by Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky showed a missile flying over Ukraine’s fourth-largest city.

According to local authorities, 47 people were injured in the attack, including a 14-year-old girl.

Dnipro served as a key logistical hub during the war. Russian forces have launched a series of deadly attacks on the city and surrounding region since the 2022 invasion of Ukraine.

According to the United Nations, more than 10,000 civilians have been killed and another 20,000 wounded in the third year of the war.

Violence continues to ravage the country, with Russian shelling in Kharkiv killing one person and wounding two others, regional official Oleh Suniehobv said.

On Wednesday, Ukraine received 2 billion euros from the International Monetary Fund (IMF) under a rolling credit facility, Prime Minister Denys Shmyhal announced.

Another €14 billion is expected as part of the deal, but Ukraine must first be assessed by the IMF on progress against economic benchmarks before each part is released.

The latest funds will be used, among other things, for social benefits and the salaries of doctors and teachers, Shmyhal said.