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One civilian killed as Ukraine shells village in Russia’s Kursk region: Governor

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Ukrainian forces shelled a border village in Russia's western region of Kursk at dawn on Thursday, killing at least one civilian, regional governor Roman Starovoit said.

Shells have hit an alcohol factory in the village of Tyotkino and several other buildings, Starovoit wrote on messaging app Telegram.

Earlier in May, the governor of Kursk said that a railway bridge had been damaged on a line used by freight trains. Starovoit called the incident an act of sabotage.

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Russia last month accused Ukraine of a helicopter attack on a fuel depot in Belgorod, for which Kyiv denied responsibility, as well as shelling villages and firing missiles at an ammunition depot.

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