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Pro-Ukraine militias release images of Russian border area attacks


Aerial footage released by a pro-Ukraine militia shows an alleged drone attack on a Russian armoured military vehicle in a village on the Kursk border region. Additional images published by another volunteer group also claim to show a gun battle on the border. IMAGES

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