Russia's claims of 600 dead Ukrainians are in doubt amid reports attack missed ... trends now

Russia's claims of 600 dead Ukrainians are in doubt amid reports attack missed ... trends now
Russia's claims of 600 dead Ukrainians are in doubt amid reports attack missed ... trends now

Russia's claims of 600 dead Ukrainians are in doubt amid reports attack missed ... trends now

Russia's 'deadly barracks strike didn't kill a soul': Claims of 600 dead Ukrainians are in doubt amid reports attack missed its target Desperate Russian claims suggest 600 Ukrainians were killed in revenge attack Ukrainian officials said claim was 'not true' as journalists also find no evidence  In reality, Russian strikes had missed their target last night, according to reports The strikes damaged two schools and eight apartments, but no one was injured 

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Desperate Russian claims that its forces wiped out 600 Ukrainian troops in a revenge attack were in tatters last night following reports the strike had missed its target.

Moscow announced that it had struck a temporary barracks in response to Ukraine taking out up to 400 Russians in a missile strike on New Year’s Eve.

But in a major embarrassment for the Kremlin, Ukrainian officials dismissed the claim as ‘not true’ as journalists on the ground picked apart the propaganda.

Russia’s defence ministry announced yesterday that ‘reconnaissance assets uncovered and reliably confirmed’ that 1,300 Ukrainians were in the two dormitories in Kramatorsk, Donetsk, with 600 reportedly

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