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Russia attacks Kharkiv with aerial bombs, one dead and multiple injured

As a result of three hits from Russian aerial bombs, a total of 11 people aged 15 to 63 were injured, with one person in serious condition and a 73-year-old man dead.
Screenshot of the damage, from Head of Kharkiv Regional State Administration.
Screenshot of the damage, from Head of Kharkiv Regional State Administration.
Russia attacks Kharkiv with aerial bombs, one dead and multiple injured

Russian forces attacked the city of Kharkiv in the northeast of Ukraine on 23 June with aerial bombs, as a result of which a total of 11 people aged 15 to 63 were injured. One person is in serious condition. Furthermore, a 73-year-old man died because of the attack.

As reported by Oleh Syniehubov, Head of Kharkiv Regional State Administration, and Ihor Terekhov, mayor of Kharkiv on Telegram.

Terekhov specified that the aerial bombs struck in two districts of Kharkiv – Shevchenkivskyi and Kholodnogorskyi.

A screenshot of the damage. Photo via Head of Kharkiv Regional State Administration on Telegram.
A screenshot of the damage. Photo via Head of Kharkiv Regional State Administration on Telegram.

In addition, as noted by President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelenskyy on social media, a part of Kharkiv is without electricity and the subway is out of order.

Yesterday, on 22 June, Russia attacked Kharkiv as well, with an aerial bomb strike resulting in 2 fatalities and 53 injuries, including 3 children.

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