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Russian attack in Kharkiv, Ukraine leaves two dead and 18 injured

Three people were killed and at least 29 injured in a Russian guided bomb attack on the city of Kharkiv, Ukraine, this Saturday (22), regional authorities said.

Kharkiv Mayor Ihor Terekhov said at least four explosions were heard in a residential area in the afternoon.

Rescue teams were working at the site of the attacks.

After the case, President Volodymyr Zelensky posted a plea for help on Telegram: “This Russian terror through guided bombs must be stopped and can be stopped.”

“We need strong decisions from our partners to allow us to stop Russian terrorists and Russian military aviation right where they are,” he added.

Kharkiv is about 30 kilometers from the Russian border. The city of around 1.3 million inhabitants has frequently been the target of Russian attacks during nearly 28 months of war.

Source: CNN Brasil

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