Kharkiv lyceum hit in overnight Russian missile attack

Russian strike on lyceum in Kharkiv
Russian strike on lyceum in Kharkiv

The main building of a lyceum in the administrative center of Kharkiv was partially destroyed in another overnight Russian attack on the city with four S-300 missiles, Mayor Ihor Terekhov reported on Telegram on May 25.

The attack, which hit the city's Sloboda district, destroyed the lyceum's workshop and 31 cars, while a nearby supermarket was damaged. Windows in several high-rise buildings in the area were shattered.

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One of the missiles also targeted the district’s industrial zone, Terekhov wrote, damaging 15 private cars and the façade of a nearby nine-story apartment building.

No casualties have been reported.

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