Six civilians reported killed in Russian strike near Kharkiv aid station

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

“The Russians fired long-range weapons at a Nova Poshta office, near where Kharkiv residents were receiving aid,” regional governor Oleg Synegubov writes on social media referring to a local postal delivery service.

“Preliminary information suggests six civilians were killed and 15 others were injured and hospitalized,” he adds.

A view of the damage to a residential building after Russian strikes in Kharkiv, Ukraine, Thursday, March 24, 2022. (AP/Felipe Dana)

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