Wagner HQ in Ukraine destroyed by missile, Ukrainian official says
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A missile hit a hotel where members of the Russian military group Wagner were based in eastern Ukraine, according to a senior Ukrainian official. “The Ukrainians claim to have killed several dozen fighters, explains France 24 correspondent in Ukraine, Gulliver Cragg. “The Russians say that the number of dead is much lower and that civilians have been killed.” Follow our live.
8:33 am: Wagner HQ in Ukraine destroyed by missile, Ukrainian official says
“The Ukrainians claim to have killed several dozen Wagner fighters” during a strike on the headquarters of the Russian militia in eastern Ukraine, explains France 24 correspondent in Ukraine, Gulliver Cragg. “The Russians say the death toll is much lower and that civilians have been killed.”
A senior official in eastern Ukraine said on Sunday that Ukrainian forces attacked a hotel where members of Russia’s private military group Wagner were based, killing several of them.
Interviewed by Ukrainian television, Serhiy Gaidai, governor of the Russian-occupied Luhansk region, said forces launched a strike on a hotel in the town of Kadiivka, west of the region’s main center, on Saturday. Photos posted on Telegram channels showed a building largely reduced to rubble.
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