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How Kharkiv is coping after 2 years of Russian strikes

Another deadly Russian strike in Ukraine killed at least 17 people, including three children, and injured many more. Officials say three Russian cruise missiles struck the center of the town of Chernihiv, located about 65 miles from the Russian border and less than a hundred miles from the capital city of Kyiv. Amna Nawaz reports from Ukraine.

How Kharkiv is coping after 2 years of Russian strikes

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