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PM condemns 'unconscionable' attack on civilians by Russians

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PM condemns 'unconscionable' attack on civilians by Russians

PM condemns 'unconscionable' attack on civilians by Russians

Prime Minister Boris Johnson condemns the "unconscionable" bombing of Ukrainian civilians by Russian forces at Kramatorsk train station in the east of the country, saying it shows the "depths" to which Putin's army has "sunk".

The attack has reportedly killed at least 39 people and wounded many more.

Report by Edwardst.

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