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Russia claims drones shot down over Crimea as Putin says Moscow has cluster bomb stockpile

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Russia claims to have repelled a drone attack in occupied Crimea while Russian President Vladimir Putin says his country has a ‘sufficient stockpile’ of cluster bombs.

Added on the 16/07/2023 16:11:26 - Copyright : Euronews EN

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