Russians continue shelling city of Kharkiv in eastern Ukraine
Invading Russian forces resumed shelling the eastern Ukrainian city of Kharkiv on the morning of March 1, according to the videos published by the adviser to the head of the Ministry of Internal Affairs, Anton Gerashchenko.
Missiles also exploded on Ploshcha Svobody in the very center of the city.
This comes after the Russian invaders shelled Kharkiv with a Grad multiple rocket launcher system, hitting the districts of Oleksiyivka, Pavlove Pole, and Saltivka, the village of Zhukovsky, as well as a children's clinical hospital on Klochkovska Street.
As a result of Russian shelling in Kharkiv, 87 residential buildings were damaged, resulting in nine civilians killed, and 37 injured – including three children.
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