Kharkiv near the Russian border in northeastern Ukraine is majority ethnic-Russian and the nation’s second-largest city. Now, many of its people have fled thunderous Russian airstrikes and artillery that have reduced this Ukrainian center of culture, learning and industry to a shell of its former self. Special correspondent Jack Hewson and filmmaker Ed Rom report from the embattled city.
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