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The Telegraph published this video item, entitled “Russian strike kills seven people in Kharkiv after residential building targeted” – below is their description.
Russian shelling on Wednesday of a residential district in the Ukraine city of Kharkiv has killed at least seven people and injured dozens.
The missile fire, described as a ‘Caliber cruise missile’ by witness Ivan Sokol, hit a dormatory building block which was home to around fifty residents
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