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Russian attacks in Ukraine leave 3 dead, 17 wounded as Spain highlights European support for Kyiv

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Ukrainian officials reported more civilian casualties from Russian shelling in the country’s east and south on Saturday, as Spanish Prime Minister Pedro Sánchez began a visit to Kyiv as a show of continuing support from Madrid and the European Union.

Added on the 02/07/2023 07:19:15 - Copyright : Euronews EN

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