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Ukraine war: Two dead after 'Russian rockets hit residential areas' in Zaporizhzhia

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Ukraine war: Two dead after 'Russian rockets hit residential areas' in Zaporizhzhia

Ukraine war: Two dead after 'Russian rockets hit residential areas' in Zaporizhzhia

The strikes came just hours after Ukraine announced that the country's military had retaken three Russian-occupied villages.


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