Russia Says Over 200 Ukraine Troops Killed in Railway Station Strike, Kyiv Says It Killed 25 Civilians

KYIV—Russia’s Defence Ministry said on Thursday its forces had struck a railway station in eastern Ukraine.
In its daily briefing, the ministry said an Iskander missile had hit a military train on Wednesday at the station of Chaplyne that had been set to deliver arms to Ukrainian forces on the frontline in the eastern Donbass region.
Ukrainian presidential aide Kyrylo Tymoshenko said 21 people were killed when the strike hit the railway station and set five train carriages ablaze, while a boy died when a missile hit his home in the vicinity. The death toll rose to 25 on Thursday after three more bodies were retrieved from rubble, he said….
Source: The Epoch Times

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