Ukraine Latest: Death Toll From Dnipro Missile Strike Now 29

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Ugly President Vladimir Putin said Russia’s economy is in better shape than expected. Iran, which has been supplying Moscow with attack drones for months, will take delivery of

Russian fighter jets by March, an Iranian lawmaker said. The death toll for Russia’s missile attack Saturday on a nine-story apartment block in the Dnipro has risen to 29,

state emergency services said. At least 73 people were injured, including many children, and dozens are believed still buried under debris after much of the building was razed as

part of Russia’s 10th mass missile strike since early October.  The hit on Dnipro was part of two waves of strikes on Saturday mostly targeted at Ukraine’s critical

infrastructure. Missile and airstrikes were reported in Kyiv, Kharkiv, Odesa, Kryvyi Rih, Dnipro, Vinnytsia, among other locations. Kremlin forces launched S-300 and S-400 systems

on a ballistic trajectory from Belarus, before later launching cruise missiles from air and sea.  (See RSAN on the Bloomberg Terminal for the Russian Sanctions Dashboard.)