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Lviv airport struck by Russian missile in first for Western city considered relatively safe

A cloud of smoke raises after an explosion in Lviv, western Ukraine, on March 18, 2022. The mayor of Lviv says missiles struck near the city's airport early Friday. (AP Photo)
A cloud of smoke raises after an explosion in Lviv, western Ukraine, on March 18, 2022. The mayor of Lviv says missiles struck near the city's airport early Friday. (AP Photo)

NPR’s Eric Westervelt shares the latest from the western Ukrainian city of Lviv after it was hit by a Russian missile for the first time.

 

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