'Simply not human': 29 dead in Russian missile strike on Ukraine apartments; Zelenskyy vows revenge. Updates.

The death toll from a Russian missile strike in the southeastern city of Dnipro rose to 29 on Sunday as first responders picked through the rubble of an apartment

building looking for survivors and bodies.  President Volodymyr Zelenskyy said at least 73 people were injured Saturday when the explosions smashed through all

nine floors of the building that housed an estimated 1,700 people. "It was possible to save dozens of people, wounded, traumatized," said President Volodymyr

Zelenskyy. "Among them are children; the youngest girl is 3 years old." Start the day smarter. Get all the news you need in your inbox each morning. More

than 20 of the 30 missiles launched toward Ukrainian targets were shot down, Zelenskyy said. The attacks also targeted the capital, Kyiv, and the northeastern city of

Kharkiv. Energy infrastructure again took a pounding, a common theme for Russian attacks in recent months. “This is clearly terrorism and all this is simply not

human,” said local Artem Myzychenko, said as he cleared rubble. Zelenskyy said repair crews would work around the clock to restore power generation .

"The enemy will receive our answer (to the strikes) on the battlefield for sure," Zelenskyy said of the strikes. "Our soldiers will do that."

FATALITIES, TANKS:Fatalities reported after Russian missile attacks in Ukraine; UK pledges tanks: Updates Other developments: ►On Sunday,

Russian forces attacked a residential area in the southern Ukrainian city of Kherson, wounding two people, regional Gov. Yaroslav Yanushevych said in a Telegram post.