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Analysing the origin of alleged Russian hypersonic missile use

By France24
22 March 2022   |   1:01 pm
The Russian Ministry of Defence claims that it launched hypersonic missiles against Ukraine last week. But in the video released on Russia's MOD Twitter page on Saturday, there are questions regarding the exact location of the video. We tell you more in this edition of Truth or Fake.

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