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Russia attacks Kharkiv with guided bombs, killing 3, injuring 32

Kharkiv Russian guided bombs
Aftermath of the Russian guided bomb attack on Kharkiv. Photo: Nakypilo
Russia attacks Kharkiv with guided bombs, killing 3, injuring 32

The Russian army launched at least four strikes on Kharkiv on 22 June around 15:15 pm.

Kharkiv Governor Oleh Syniehubov said that the attack killed at least two people (later updated to three). One of the killed was a passenger on public transport at a bus stop near the site of the attack. According to Syniehubov, the Russian troops used guided aerial bombs.

Kharkiv Russian guided bombs
Aftermath of the Russian guided bomb attack on Kharkiv. Photo: Nakypilo
Kharkiv Russian guided bombs
Aftermath of the Russian guided bomb attack on Kharkiv. Photo: Nakypilo
Kharkiv Russian guided bombs
Aftermath of the Russian guided bomb attack on Kharkiv. Photo: Nakypilo

The city mayor, Ihor Terekhov, said four strikes hit Kharkiv, targeting a residential area. He said the attack injured 18 people (later updated to 32).

The aerial bomb hit destroyed the external wall of a residential building, with apartments on at least three floors ruined, according to a correspondent from Suspilne Kharkiv.

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