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Russian shelling injures man in Kherson Oblast

by The Kyiv Independent news desk February 13, 2023 12:40 AM 1 min read
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Russian forces shelled Kherson Oblast 20 times on Feb. 12, injuring a man who has been hospitalized in critical condition, the Kherson City Council said.

Russian troops reportedly attacked central Kherson, the city’s Ostriv District, and Antonivka.

According to the council, Russian forces shelled Kherson’s Svobody (freedom) square, seaport, a concert hall, and damaged residential buildings.

Regional authorities reported that Russian forces shelled downtown Kherson with artillery on Feb. 12, damaging the Kherson Oblast Military Administration building on the city’s central square. No casualties were reported.

Two civilians were also killed by a landmine in Novoraysk, Kherson Oblast, on Feb. 12.

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