Several injured, trapped after Dnipro blast

Rescuers were searching for people under the rubble after an explosion hit an apartment building. Meanwhile, Ukrainian military officials said a Russian attack on Kyiv was repelled. DW has the latest.
Ednews informs via DW that Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy said late Saturday that a missile struck an area between two residential buildings near the southeastern city of Dnipro. 
Authorities said an explosion hit one of the buildings, leaving at least 20 injured.
"Again Russia has shown that it is a terrorist state. Unfortunately, there are people under the rubble," Zelenskyy said in his regular nightly video address.
Serhiy Lysak, the regional governor, said in a Telegram post that 17 people were being treated in a hospital, and three of the children rescued were in serious condition.
Lysak added that another child was likely still trapped.
"The Russians will bear responsibility for everything they did to our state and people," said Zelenskyy. 
Here are some of the other developments concerning Russia's war in Ukraine on Sunday, June 4: