Three killed, ten injured in Kharkiv bombing of pro-Ukrainian parade

While details of the attack remain murky, Security Service of Ukraine (SBU) spokesperson Markian Lubkivsky reported that four suspects in what he called the “terrorist act” had been apprehended.

He told Ukraine’s 112 Television that the suspects had received help from Russia in carrying out the attack.

“They are Ukrainian citizens who underwent instruction and received weapons in the Russian Federation, in Belgorod,” Lubkivsky said, referring to a nearby Russian city across the border.