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The aftermath of the night attacks on Kharkiv and Odesa in the photos of Yakiv Lyashenko and Tymofiy Melnykov

A house that suffered from an attack by S-300 missiles. January 17, 2024. Photo by Yakiv Lyashenko. Kharkiv.


Burnt cars, destroyed apartments, dozens of wounded. On the night of January 17, Russian troops shelled Kharkiv and Odesa once again.


A wounded Kharkiv resident near the site of the attack. January 17, 2024. Photo by Yakiv Lyashenko. Kharkiv.


An apartment in ruins after a drone attack. January 17, 2024. Photo by Tymofii Melnykov. Odesa.


Air raid alarms were heard in Kharkiv around ten o'clock in the evening, followed by several explosions. As a result of the Russian attack, 17 people were injured. One person is in serious condition. This was reported by Kharkiv Mayor Igor Terekhov.


Emergency services provide assistance to residents after the attack. January 17, 2024. Photo by Yakiv Lyashenko. Kharkiv.


Terekhov added that the strikes were aimed at the city center: "Exactly where there is no military infrastructure, and exactly where there are residential buildings."


Police evacuate residents of the building affected by the attack. January 17, 2024. Photo by Yakiv Lyashenko. Kharkiv.


The leg of a woman who suffered from a Russian missile attack is injured. January 17, 2024. Photo by Yakiv Lyashenko. Kharkiv.


Almost every day, Kharkiv is attacked by S-300 anti-aircraft missile systems from the territory of Russian Belgorod.


A man smokes outside his damaged house. January 17, 2024. Photo by Tymofii Melnykov. Odesa.


The Russian military attacked Odesa with drones around two in the morning.


Utility workers near a burnt car in the yard. January 17, 2024. Photo by Tymofii Melnykov. Odesa.


Oleh Kiper, head of the Odesa Regional Military Administration, reported three wounded, and 130 people were evacuated from the damaged building. "One wounded man is still in the hospital, his life is not in danger. Two other women continue to be treated at home," he said.


Red Cross workers provide assistance to Odesa residents. January 17, 2024. Photo by Tymofii Melnykov. Odesa.


In addition, drone debris damaged the main pipelines of Odesa. As of now, 58 houses are without heating.


Damaged cars in the yard. January 17, 2024. Photo by Tymofii Melnykov. Odesa.


The Ukrainian Air Force reported that Russia used a total of 20 Shaheds during the attacks, and two «С-300» missiles against Kharkiv.


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