Russian shelling of the eastern Ukrainian city of Kharkiv killed at least three people and injured 16 on Tuesday, authorities said.
The country’s second-largest city has been under fire for some time, and dozens of victims have been reported from the Russian bombings in recent days.
At least ten people were killed and 35 injured on Friday, two people were killed on Saturday, five on Sunday and at least four civilians died on Monday.
Since Russian troops withdrew from the capital Kyiv, attacks in the country’s east have intensified. Kharkiv is about 20 kilometres from the Russian border.