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As Russia edges toward a possible offensive on Kharkiv, some residents flee. Others refuse to leave

  • Russia exploited air defense shortages in Kharkiv, Ukraine's second-largest city, damaging energy infrastructure and causing power outages for 200,000 city dwellers, affecting 50% of the region's population.
  • Some Kharkiv residents flee while others refuse to leave as Russia threatens an offensive and continues bombing to force more evacuations.
  • Concern rises as analysts suggest Moscow's actions may be setting the stage for a potential summer offensive to capture the city.
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