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Ukrainian residential area 'struck by Russian cruise missile,' official says

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An adviser to the Ukrainian interior minister said that four people were killed when homes in Zhytomyr, 75 miles west of Kyiv, were hit by a Russian cruise missile on Tuesday night. NBC News cannot independently confirm the report.