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Second Russian invasion is worse than the first, Kharkiv evacuees say

VOVCHANSK, Ukraine — A new Russian offensive in Ukraine’s Kharkiv region has forced more than 6,000 people to evacuate the small town since Friday, fearing for their lives and rushing to escape a second occupation more than two years after troops from Moscow crossed the border with columns for the first time. of tanks.

The wave of displaced people from Vovchansk, located just eight kilometers from the Russian border, and surrounding settlements is reminiscent of the first days of the invasion in February 2022 – but this Russian attack is even worse, the evacuees said.

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