Russian attack kills three, injures four in Ukraine’s eastern Donetsk region

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Russia attacked a village in Ukraine’s eastern Donetsk region on Thursday, killing three people and injuring four more, including a child, prosecutors said.

The village of Rozkishne, about 25 km from the front line, was targeted by the strike, regional prosecutors said on Telegram.

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According to preliminary data, Russian troops used the Smerch system to launch cluster munitions, prosecutors said.

Among the injured was a 14-year-old boy who was hospitalized.

Four households, cars, and a gas pipeline were damaged in the attack, prosecutors added.

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