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Kharkiv hit by fresh strikes amid fears city is still on Russian agenda

Kharkiv hit by fresh strikes amid fears city is still on Russian agenda

A bombed block of flats in Kharkiv. Photograph: Iván Alvarado/Reuters Artillery has pounded the city of Kharkiv for the first time in two weeks, just as life in Ukraine’s second city was starting to return to normal after Russian troops were pushed back from its outlying towns and villages. Kharkiv’s regional governor, Oleh...

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