Kharkiv, Ukraine's Second City, Endures Weeks Of Russian Bombardment

KHARKIV, UKRAINE - MARCH 28: A volunteer clears away rubble from the front of a building that was destroyed by a Russian attack approximately two weeks ago on March 28, 2022 in Kharkiv, Ukraine. More than half Kharkiv's 1.4 million people have fled the city since Russia's invasion on Feb. 24, which was followed by weeks of intense bombardment. Russian forces remain to the city's north and east, but have met heavy resistance from Ukrainian troops here. (Photo by Chris McGrath/Getty Images)
KHARKIV, UKRAINE - MARCH 28: A volunteer clears away rubble from the front of a building that was destroyed by a Russian attack approximately two weeks ago on March 28, 2022 in Kharkiv, Ukraine. More than half Kharkiv's 1.4 million people have fled the city since Russia's invasion on Feb. 24, which was followed by weeks of intense bombardment. Russian forces remain to the city's north and east, but have met heavy resistance from Ukrainian troops here. (Photo by Chris McGrath/Getty Images)
Kharkiv, Ukraine's Second City, Endures Weeks Of Russian Bombardment
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