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Russia says its strikes on Ukraine were no closer than 35 km from Polish border

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Russia’s defense ministry said on Wednesday that its strikes on Ukraine on November 15 were no closer than 35 km (22 miles) from the Polish border, RIA news agency reported.

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NATO member Poland's president said earlier that Poland had no concrete evidence showing who fired a missile that struck a Polish grain facility some 6 km (4 miles) inside the border with Ukraine and killed two people.

A NATO source said US President Joe Biden had informed G7 and NATO partners that the blast in Poland had been caused by a Ukrainian air defense missile.

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