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At least 22 killed in air strikes in Ukraine’s Chernihiv region – emergency services

/ 11:52 PM March 03, 2022
At least 22 killed in air strikes in Ukraine's Chernihiv region – emergency services

Dashcam footage shows people emerging through smoke after a blast from a missile strike during Russia’s invasion in Chernihiv, Ukraine on March 3, 2022, in this social media video still image obtained by REUTERS

LVIV, Ukraine — At least 22 bodies have been recovered from rubble in the wake of Russian airstrikes in Ukraine’s Chernihiv region, the Ukrainian emergency services said in an online post.

It said rescue work was ongoing, without specifying where exactly the attack took place. Earlier the regional governor said at least nine people had been killed by an airstrike on two schools and private houses.

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