At least two killed and nearly 20 wounded in new shelling by Russian forces in Kharkov

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At least two people have been killed and 19 wounded in a new shelling by Russian forces in the city of Kharkov, Oleg Sinegubov, head of the Ukrainian Regional Military Administration of the eponymous locality, reported Thursday.

Thus, he explained that four of them are in serious condition and indicated that a dozen brigades of the Relief and Emergency Center are working in the area to help those affected.

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“The enemy is attacking residential areas and the streets of the city,” he said before denouncing another attack on a residential building, which has ended without casualties or injuries.

He also called on the city’s citizens to be “extremely cautious”, especially when going out on the streets. On Wednesday, at least three people were killed, including a thirteen-year-old minor, in a similar attack in Kharkov.

Police have opened an investigation and explosives experts have been dispatched to the scene. On Tuesday, fourteen other people were wounded in the same city by another bombing.

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