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US sees 'nothing that contradicts' Polish probe findings: State Department


The United States has "seen nothing that contradicts" the Polish government's assessment that a deadly explosion in Poland near the country's border with Ukraine was caused by a Ukrainian air defense missile, says Vedant Patel, a US department of state spokesperson, during a briefing in Washington.

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