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Despite Russia’s intensifying attacks, Kharkiv carries on

7 April 2024

3:52 AM

7 April 2024

3:52 AM

Irina Kotenko, 53, was already awake when a Russian drone crashed into the roof of her three-story building at 1 a.m. last Thursday. She had heard another strike nearby and was wondering where it might have hit. The explosion blew out the windows of her home. Somehow Irina, her husband, Vitaly, 48, and her daughter Aleksandra, 21, survived unscathed.

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