Russian Missiles Cross NATO Border, Killing Two in Poland: Report
Russian missiles hit within Poland's borders and two so far reported killed.
Russia launched around 90 missiles targeting key infrastructure in Ukraine, most of which were shot down by anti-missile defenses, but their shit doesn't work that well (20%-60% missile failure rates) some could stray into Poland, though maybe their using that as plausible deniability because where it hit seemed purposely strategic.
One of those areas hit is grain processing plant in Poland near the border with Ukraine, and seems deliberate since Russia has been trying to squash Ukraine's grain exports as Ukraine is one of the largest grain exporters in the world, possibly in effort to sway international support against Russia same way they're trying to use energy. Comes at a time too where Russia/Putin skipped G20 worried they'd be maligned by pretty much everyone else, so the target and timing seem suspicious too. This also happened just a couple weeks after Russia reneged on agreement not to attack grain shipments out of Ukraine.
All this aside, this is especially important as Russia has now struck a NATO country. Right now leaders in Poland and NATO are bo doubt talking about what to do next. But I don't imagine this is going to be brushed off lightly by the west.