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Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky has told his country to be on alert for airstrikes as Russia has stepped up attacks beyond the front lines. About 70 percent of Russian strikes have targeted nonmilitary infrastructure, said a spokesperson for Ukraine’s Defense Ministry. On Saturday, regional governors said Russian missile strikes in Kharkiv and Dnipropetrovsk killed five people, and four others were hospitalized.
National security adviser Jake Sullivan said Saturday that the United States had intelligence that Russian officials visited an airfield in Iran twice recently to examine drones they are considering acquiring for the war. The White House released satellite imagery it said showed “attack-capable” unmanned aerial vehicles in flight while a Russian delegation transport plane was at the airfield. Iran had dismissed as “baseless” accusations Friday that it was planning to supply Russia with hundreds of drones.