The Pentagon is investigating reports that Russian missiles crossed into Nato member Poland, killing two people.
Local reports said the weapons hit a grain store in Przewodow, Lublin, near the border with Ukraine, in what could mark a serious escalation of the war in Ukraine.
Polish prime minister Mateusz Morawiecki has called an urgent meeting of the country’s security and defence councils, a government spokesman said.
Pictures from the scene showed a huge crater in the ground. The Pentagon said it was taking the reports seriously but had no corroborating information.
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It came as Moscow fired some 100 missiles on Ukraine, causing widespread power outages across the country, leaving the capital Kyiv without electricity and leaving at least one person dead.
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The barrage came just days after Russian troops retreated from the key southern city of Kherson and followed a pattern in recent weeks of Moscow lashing out far from the front after battlefield losses.
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Hours earlier, the Ukrainian president had called on world leaders at the G20 summit in Indonesia to help bring an end to Vladimir Putin’s invasion.
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It looks like after Putin's humiliating retreat from Kherson he's throwing a tantrum and firing missiles indiscriminately against civilian targets.