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Russian Iskander missile hit a residential building in Kharkiv Oblast, wounding six people

Screenshot from the video published by Oleh Syniehubov
Russian Iskander missile hit a residential building in Kharkiv Oblast, wounding six people

Russian launched a missile attack on the Ukrainian village of Kivsharivka, Kupiansk district, Kharkiv Oblast. The Iskander ballistic missile hit a residential building, wounding three women, 73, 85, and 90 years old. Also, a pregnant woman, a 14-year-old teenager, and a 10-year-old child were injured.

A dormitory building, two private houses a gas pipeline were damaged in the village, Oblast head Oleh Syniehubov informed.

Another village in the Kupiansk district, Hlushkivka, was shelled by Russian artillery. A 60-year-old woman received shrapnel wounds.

A video of the strike was filmed by local residents.

As was reported, Russian launched a massive missile attack against Ukraine on 29 May 2023 at night. Afterward, it also launched an attack against Kyiv, which became already 16th attack on Kyiv in May 2023.

Russia fires missiles at Kyiv in the morning after a massive night attack

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