US News: Ukraine: Moscow and kyiv accuse a shot that killed 23 dead

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L ' Ukraine accused Friday 30 September the Russia of having killed 23 people, Civilians queuing to receive humanitarian aid during a bombing in the Zaporijia region, which the Russians partly occupy.

"The enemy launched an attack on the arugula against a humanitarian convoy of civilians, people were queuing to go to the temporarily occupied area, meet loved ones, receive help," said on Telegram the Ukrainian regional governor, Oleksandre Staroukh. “There are 23 dead and 28 injured, all civilians, locals. Burn in hell, Cursed Russian, "he said.

The Russian occupation for its part defended itself from having orchestrated this act, attributing this strike to kyiv. “Ukrainian fighters committed a new terrorist act. Seeing that the population went en masse in the [occupied, note] part of Zaporijia, they hit a column of dozens of civil cars, "said a regional occupation, Vladimir Rogov on Telegram. The two camps broadcast photos of vehicles with blown windows and inanimate bodies.

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