Russia pounds Ukraine's second biggest city as fighting rages on
March 1, 2022
KYIV: Russian artillery bombarded residential districts of Ukraine's second largest city Kharkiv on Monday (Feb 28), with Moscow facing increasing international isolation as talks to resolve the conflict failed to make a breakthrough.
Ukrainian officials said the Kharkiv attacks had killed civilians, including children.
Russia faces economic turmoil as Western nations, united in condemnation of its assault, hit it with sanctions that rippled around the world and whose targets include President Vladimir Putin and his confidants.