Russian missile hits residential building in Ukraine's Kharkiv
There is a fire in one of the residential buildings and one injured person
KYIV (Reuters) - Two Russian missiles hit the centre of Kharkiv, the administrative capital of the Kharkiv region in Ukraine’s northeast, with one of the missiles striking a residential building, the city’s mayor said on Sunday.
"At this time, it known that there is a fire in one of the residential buildings and one injured person," Mayor Ihor Terekhov said on the Telegram messaging platform.
Reuters was not able to independently verify the report.