UKRAINE, KHARKIV OBLAST, May 29 — On May 28, Russian troops dropped four guided aerial bombs on the Mala Danylivka community in the Kharkiv region. They hit a farm, reported the village head Oleksandr Hololobov.

Towns and villages of the Kharkiv Oblast, especially border settlements, came under massive Russian artillery shelling and airstrikes since Russia launched a new ground offensive north and northeast of the region in the Vovchansk and Lyptsi directions on May 10.

The village head said the bomb attack destroyed the farm with goats, pigs, horses, cows, and sheep. No people were injured. The bombing killed and injured pigs and other livestock.

In just ten days, the Russian army attacked the community 11 times.

On the evening of May 28, Russian troops also dropped guided bombs (KABs) on the territory of a golf club in Kharkiv. Two shell fragments smashed windows in the restaurant and the golf clubhouse without injuring anyone.

Evacuation is currently underway in the region. According to Kharkiv Oblast Governor Oleh Syniehubov, police, volunteers, and rescuers evacuated 11,253 people from the border communities of Kharkiv Oblast. 

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  • On May 27, the Russian military dropped three modified gliding bombs (UMPB D-30) on the Shevchenkivskyi and Kholodnohirskyi districts of Kharkiv, reported the Kharkiv Oblast Governor Oleh Syniehubov.