At least 11 civilians were killed in Russian shelling on Monday in Kharkiv, Ukraine’s second most populous city, the regional governor said.

Russian shelling kills 11 civilians in Ukraine's second city Kharkiv: report

Ukrainian regional defense fighters test an automatic grenade launcher (AFP)

Kyiv:

At least 11 civilians were killed in Russian shelling on Monday in Kharkiv, Ukraine’s second-most populous city, the regional governor said, adding dozens of others were injured.

“The Russian enemy is bombing residential areas,” wrote Oleg Sinegubov on the Telegram messaging app, that: “As a result of the bombing continuing, we cannot call emergency services … there are currently 11 dead and dozens injured. “.

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