Russia Renews Missile Attacks On Ukraine As G7 Pressures Moscow With Oil Price Cap

Ukraine said Russia had destroyed homes in the south and knocked out power in the north in a new round of missile attacks on Monday as the West tried to limit Moscow's ability to finance its invasion by imposing a price cap on Russian seaborne oil.

Air alerts sounded across Ukraine and officials urged civilians to take shelter from what they said looked like a large wave of strikes, the latest in relentless rounds of air attacks by Russia since its Feb. 24 invasion.

It followed reported incidents at two air bases inside Russia overnight, both hundreds of miles from Ukraine.