Russian bomb attack kills three, injures 52 in Ukraine’s Kharkiv

The site of a Russian air strike, amid Russia’s attack on Ukraine Saturday, in Kharkiv, Ukraine. (REUTERS/Vitalii Hnidyi)

KYIV — Russian guided bombs shattered an apartment building in Ukraine’s second-largest city on Saturday, killing three people, injuring 52 and prompting President Volodymyr Zelenskiy to call for more help to deal with the growing threat of such weapons.