For the first time, a civilian in Russia has reportedly died as a result of cross-border shelling from Ukraine, according to Russian authorities.
The governor of the Belgorod region, Vyacheslav Gladkov, said that "one person was killed during shelling of the village of Solokhi."
Solokhi is a village 10 kilometers (about 6.2 miles) from the Ukrainian border.
"The population of the village of Solokhi will be taken to a safe place under the leadership of the head of the district, Vladimir Pertsev, and the head of the regional Ministry of Emergency Situations, Sergey Potapov," Gladkov said.
Some context: Belgorod region has seen several explosions in recent weeks that appear to have been caused by missiles and bombs. Ukraine has neither confirmed nor denied being responsible for the blasts.
Last week, Gladkov said five houses had been destroyed in another village, Nekhoteevka.
"Today there are just under 30 people left in the settlement," he said. "We have already evacuated most of the people to safety."