11-year-old boy killed in Russian shelling of Kharkiv Oblast, boy’s father also killed

Consequences of shelling of the Kharkiv Oblast on April 2
Consequences of shelling of the Kharkiv Oblast on April 2

An 11-year-old boy died in a Kharkiv Oblast hospital from injuries sustained in the Russian shelling of the Novoosynove village, Kharkiv Regional Military Administration head, Oleh Synehubov, reported on April 3.

The village came under shelling on the evening of April 2, killing the boy’s 58-year-old father as well.

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The Russians have launched artillery and mortar attacks on 15 populated areas in Kharkiv Oblast over the past day. They also attacked Kupyansk with anti-tank guided missiles, though no casualties have been reported, Synehubov added.

Russia launches new attacks on Kharkiv and the Kharkiv Oblast almost daily, including with new UMFB D-30 ammunition.

Russia attacked a village in the Zmiivsky district of the Kharkiv Oblast on March 31. Five people were injured, Kharkiv garrison, head Serhiy Melnyk, reported.

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