Russian strike on children's hospital used new tactics to avoid Ukraine's missile defences

Russian strike on children's hospital used new tactics to avoid Ukraine's missile defences

Russia deployed new tactics to help its missiles evade Ukrainian air-defences in the long-range barrage that destroyed a children’s hospital in Kyiv. Colonel Yuriy Ihnat, a former spokesman for Ukraine’s air force, said the missiles flew at “extremely low” altitudes, making them harder to be detected and intercepted. At least 31 people, including four children, were confirmed dead and 117 injured in the Russian missile strikes on Kyiv, according to local authorities. A KH-101 cruise missile was captured on camera …