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Russian Rockets Hit Hotel in Kharkiv: 10 Injured, Building Partially Damaged

Two Russian rockets struck a hotel in Kharkiv, Ukraine’s second-largest city, causing partial damage to the building and injuring 10 people, according to Ukraine’s State Emergency Service. The rockets targeted the central part of Kharkiv, just 30 km from the Russian border. The SES units, National Police, and emergency medical services responded immediately.

Preliminary data indicates that eight people were evacuated, including hotel staff, guests, and a foreign journalist. Kharkiv Governor Oleh Synehubov mentioned that the attack involved S-300 rockets. The city has suffered extensive damage from Russian air strikes in recent weeks.