March 02, 2022
March 02, 2022
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March 02, 2022
A bomb has struck the headquarters of a Catholic diocese on Tuesday in the besieged Ukrainian city of Kharkiv. Forty people were sheltering in the basement of the diocesan chancery when the bomb landed, but no injuries were reported, the Italian news agency SIR said. A video posted on Twitter by the Latin Mass Society
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