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Ukraine: 50 people die in rocket strike on Kramatorsk train station

Fifty have been killed in a rocket attack on a train station crowded with people fleeing the eastern Ukrainian city. A dozen people died at the scene while an additional 38 later succumbed to their wounds.

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