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Russian bombs hit Kharkiv and leave six injured in Ukraine

Russia launched three guided bombs in the city of Kharkiv, in northeastern Ukraine, this Monday (10). The attack injured at least six people and damaged homes, local officials said.

At least two houses were damaged in the attack and more people may be under the rubble, Mayor Ihor Terekhov said on Telegram.

A fire broke out at the scene and several garages and cars were also destroyed, he added.

Ukraine’s second-largest city, Kharkiv, and the surrounding region are targets of recurring Russian attacks. But the offensives have become even more intense in recent months, affecting civil and energy construction.

Russia denies deliberately targeting civilians, but thousands of people were killed and injured in the large-scale invasion of Ukraine.

Ukrainian teams rescued a man alive from the rubble in Kharkiv after Russian bombs attacked three locations in the city this Monday (10).

The governor, Oleh Syniehubov, said on Telegram that it took rescue teams more than an hour to help the civilian. He added that eight people were injured in the attacks.

Reuters footage and corroborating statements from emergency services showed rescuers freeing a man trapped under large chunks of rubble in a residential area.

Source: CNN Brasil

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