Ukraine: Russian air attack killed ten civilians in Kharkiv  


Russian Military aircraft attacked on the eastern Ukrainian city of Kharkiv on Saturday; the air attack has killed ten civilians in the country; and injured eleven others.

The governor of the region provided the information on Sunday evening; that airstrikes at the Kharkiv; resultantly, it killed almost ten people; the aircraft has destructed practically every venue of the city. 


 Governor Oleh Synyehubov notified the accident through Telegram: “During the day, the occupiers shelled civilian infrastructure in Balaklya, Pesochin, Zolochiv and Dergachi. At present, we know of ten people killed, including a child and 11 injured.

Ukrainian Governor Synyehubov did not provide any information about any further details of the attack and heavy shelling by the Russian army.  

Kharkiv, located just 32 kilometres south of the Russia–Ukraine border and a predominately Russian-speaking city, is the second-largest city in Ukraine, with nearly 1.5 million inhabitants before its population fled during the war. 

Ukraine has been defending itself from Russian forces for approximately six weeks since February 24, 2022, without falling into Moscow’s hands. Russian troops have withdrawn from the Kharkiv region and retreated toward eastern and southern Ukraine in recent days.


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