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Ukraine regains control of village in Kharkiv Oblast, raises flag

by Lance Luo November 12, 2023 12:28 AM 1 min read
(YouTube: Steel Border) 
This audio is created with AI assistance

Ukrainian forces on Nov. 11 regained control of the village of Topoli in Kharkiv Oblast and raised the national flag on video, the State Border Service reported.

"We are always ready to defend our lands and destroy our enemies," the Steel Border unit said .

During the full-scale Russian invasion in 2022, the village was captured early in the war by Russian forces, and had remained occupied by Moscow.

Kharkiv Oblast has been a constant target of Russian strikes.

On Oct. 5, Russian forces hit a grocery store and a cafe in the village of Hroza, located some 86 kilometers east of Kharkiv, killing 51 people and injuring six, including children.

Update: Kharkiv attack kills 10-year-old boy, injures 30 others, including 11-month-old baby
A Russian attack on Kharkiv on the morning of Oct. 6 killed a 10-year-old boy and injured 23 others, including an 11-month-old baby, Governor Oleh Syniehubov wrote on Telegram.
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