Russian bombardment kills 7 in Kharkiv: regional governor

An AFP reporter in Kharkiv said the northern residential area of ​​Pavlove Pole was hit and saw plumes of smoke rising

Seven people were killed in renewed Russian bombardment of Ukraine’s second-largest city, Kharkiv, on Thursday, a regional official said, where many returned after Russian attempts to capture the eastern city were repelled.

Kharkiv, in the northeast corner of Ukraine near the Russian border, was heavily shelled by Moscow forces at the start of their invasion, which began on February 24.

Originally published as Russian shelling kills 7 in Kharkiv: regional governor

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