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In Images: Russian Missiles Pound Kyiv, Kharkiv After Putin Vows To Intensify Attacks

On January 3, heavy Russian missile and drone strikes hit Kyiv and the northeastern city of Kharkiv, resulting in at least five casualties, numerous injuries, and widespread damage. These incidents followed after Russia’s President Vladimir Putin said an air strike on the Russian city of Belgorod, which killed 24 civilians and which he blamed on Ukraine, “will not go unpunished” and promised to intensify attacks.

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On January 3, heavy Russian missile and drone strikes hit Kyiv and the northeastern city of Kharkiv, resulting in at least five casualties, numerous injuries, and widespread damage. These incidents followed after Russia’s President Vladimir Putin said an air strike on the Russian city of Belgorod, which killed 24 civilians and which he blamed on Ukraine, “will not go unpunished” and promised to intensify attacks.

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