Ukraine says 6 killed, 15 wounded in Russian strikes in Kharkiv City

Ukraine war: The governor said preliminary information indicates that six civilians were killed. (File)


Russian attacks on the eastern Ukrainian city of Kharkiv have killed at least six civilians and wounded more than a dozen, the regional governor said on Thursday, a month after Russia’s invasion.

“The Russians fired long-range weapons at a Nova Poshta office near Kharkiv residents,” regional governor Oleg Synyegubov wrote on social media, referring to a local postal delivery service.

“Preliminary information indicates that six civilians were killed and 15 others were injured and hospitalized,” he added.

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