Ukraine - Russia: A school and a square in Kharkov, before and after the bombs | Videos
The Ukrainian city of Kharkov, the second most populous in the country and very close to the border with Russia, has been one of the main objectives of the Russian Army since the beginning of the invasion of Ukraine. The images of urban combat and bombing of buildings and infrastructure in the city have been constant since February 27. In the video that accompanies this news you can see the before and after the bombing of two urban scenes in Kharkov: the regional administration building, in Liberty Square, and the Specialized School number 134, very close to the center of the city. This sequence includes videos and photographs distributed by social networks that have been verified by EL PAÍS.
A security camera captured early on Tuesday how a Russian cruise missile hit right in front of the facade of a regional administration building, located in the largest square in Europe and the ninth in the world, Liberty Square. from Kharkiv. Within hours, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky referred to this attack as a "war crime in a peaceful city with peaceful residential areas, not military installations." "Several witnesses prove that it has been a deliberate destruction of the civilian population, an act of state terrorism," the president remarked in a video statement broadcast on social networks.
Just four kilometers from Freedom Square, on Shevchenka Street, is Specialized School number 134. Since the Russian troops entered the city, it has been a scene of clashes with the Ukrainian Army. The harshest image came early Monday morning, with the school burned to the ground after a fire caused by urban fighting between the two Armies.
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