2015 Kharkiv bombing
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|2015 Kharkiv bombing|
|Part of Ukrainian crisis|
Marshal Zhukov Avenue in Kharkiv, where the bombing took place
|Location||Kharkiv, Kharkiv Oblast, Ukraine|
|Date||22 February 2015|
|Motive||to drive out Ukrainian forces from Kharkiv|
The 2015 Kharkiv bombing occurred on 22 February 2015, when a bomb hit a Ukrainian national unity rally in the Ukrainian city of Kharkiv, Kharkiv Oblast. The blast killed at least three people and injured another 10, including a boy age 15 and a policeman. On 25 February the death toll rose to four. It was one of many bombings in the cities of Kharkiv and Odessa oblasts
Security forces arrested four people after the attack. More attacks happened in the city afterwards.
On 28 December 2019 suspects Viktor Tetyutsk, Serhiy Bashlykov and Volodymyr Dvornikov were sentenced to life imprisonment. They were released (during a major prison exchange) and handed over to Donetsk People's Republic and Luhansk People's Republic representatives on 29 December 2019.
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References [ edit ]
- https://112.international/ukraine-top-news/who-was-returned-to-occupied-donbas-in-prisoner-swap-47068.html, 112 Ukraine (30 December 2019)
- "BBC News - Ukraine crisis: Deadly bomb blast hits rally in Kharkiv". BBC News. 22 February 2015. Retrieved 28 February 2015.
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- Chamonikolas, Krystof (23 February 2015). "Ukraine Tightens Capital Controls as Hryvnia Drop Fuels Risk". Bloomberg. Retrieved 8 March 2015.
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