Russia says killed Ukraine troops in rail strike



MOSCOW: Russia’s defence ministry said on Thursday that it killed Ukrainian troops in a railway station attack in central Ukraine that Kyiv said left 25 people, including children, dead.
“As a result of a direct hit by an Iskander missile on a military train at the Chaplyne railway station, more than 200 servicemen of the reserve of Ukraine’s Armed Forces and 10 units of military equipment en route to the combat zone in Donbas were destroyed,” the ministry said in its daily briefing.


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Date: August 25, 2022