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Hroza begins to bury the 52 people killed by deadliest Russian strike on Ukraine in months

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Families attend the first funerals for the dozens of victims of a Russian missile strike on a cafe holding a wake for a Ukrainian soldier.

Added on the 08/10/2023 07:51:21 - Copyright : Euronews EN

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