We'll be pausing our live coverage of the war in Ukraine shortly. Before then, here's a round-up of what happened today:
- Nato chief Jens Stoltenberg said the explosion in Poland yesterday was likely to have been caused by Ukraine's air defence systems
- His comments reiterated those of Polish President Andrzej Duda who said there was no sign that the missile that hit a village was an intentional attack on his country, rather it was "very likely" caused by Ukrainian air defences
- An investigation is under way after two people were killed in the blast in Przewodow near the Ukrainian border
- The Kremlin had insisted it had nothing to do with their deaths - and praised the US response as "restrained and professional" after President Joe Biden said it was unlikely that the missile was fired from Russia
- In a statement, Western leaders at the G20 summit condemned Russia's "barbaric missile attacks" on Ukraine's cities and civilian infrastructure and offered their full support to neighbouring Poland
- Meanwhile, millions of households across Ukraine remained without power after more than 90 Russian missiles were fired at Ukraine yesterday, Kyiv said
Today's live coverage was brought to you by Elsa Maishman, Meryl Sebastian, Marita Moloney, James Fitzgerald, Emily McGarvey, Alys Davis and Sam Hancock. It was edited by Thomas Spender, Nathan Williams and Emma Owen.