Poland Says Missile That Killed 2 Was Likely Fired by Ukraine Against Russian Attack

CNN reports that on Nov. 15, Russia hit Ukraine with its biggest missile attack in over a month, targeting power infrastructure and leaving millions in the dark. A missile was later reported to have hit the Polish village of Przewodow, killing two people. After some investigation into whether Russia attacked a NATO country, Polish President Andrzej Duda said the incident was likely "an accident" caused by Ukrainian forces trying to defend themselves from Russia's onslaught.