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Ukraine's second largest city 'under missile attack' as Putin's forces close in

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KHARKIV has been hit with a missile barrage after Vladimir Putin launched a hellish new onslaught in the Ukrainian city just days ago.

The governor urged residents to take cover in air raid shelters during the longest alert since the war began as Vlad’s army pelted civilians with rockets.

Russia launched a brutal new ground offensive in the city of Kharkiv last week

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Russia launched a brutal new ground offensive in the city of Kharkiv last weekCredit: Getty
Putin's armies have pelted villages and towns in Kharkiv in recent days

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Putin’s armies have pelted villages and towns in Kharkiv in recent days

A journalist on the ground said he had “lost count of the number of explosions”.

He said at least a dozen or more had hit in just an hour on Thursday evening.

The air raid alert lasted for more than 16 and a half hours, making it the longest in Ukraine for over two years.

Mayor of Kharkiv, Ihor Terekhov, said the Osnovyanskyi district specifically was struck sparking a fire.

Osnovyanskyi covers the centre of Kharkiv and a southern stretch.

Putin’s brutal armies pummelled over 30 villages and towns in the region after moving into the northeastern front on Friday.

Military experts told The Sun that the new move in northern Ukraine is designed to distract Kyiv’s forces so Putin can seize the Donbas.

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