Live: Explosions rock Ukraine city of Mykolaiv, a day after deadly strikes near Odesa • FRANCE 24

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Powerful blasts rocked Ukraine’s Mykolaiv in the early hours of Saturday, a day after authorities said 21 people were killed in Russian missile strikes near Odesa, on the Black Sea. Follow the latest developments here on our live blog, updated regularly as the day’s events unfold. All times are Paris time, GMT+2.

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