Large parts of eastern and southern Ukraine remain under Russian control, and fighting continues
Poland said early Wednesday that a Russian-made missile fell in the country’s east
killing two people, though U.S. President Joe Biden said it was “unlikely” it was fired from Russia.
The blast, which Ukrainian President Volodymr Zelenskyy decried as “a very significant escalation,
prompted Biden to call an emergency meeting of G-7 and NATO leaders.
A deliberate, hostile attack on NATO member Poland could trigger a collective military response by the alliance.
But key questions around the circumstances of the missile launch remained amid the confusion caused by a blistering series of Russian airstrikes across the nearby border in Ukraine, none larger than who fired it.