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  • At least 20 dead after Russian missiles strike Ukrainian shopping mall

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  • Russian missile hits Ukraine mall: Around 20 killed

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  • At least 18 killed by Russian missile strike on Kremenchuk shopping mall, Ukraine says

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  • Russia attacks shopping mall in Ukraine, killing several people

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Ukraine's Zelenskyy says over 31,000 Russian troops have been killed since invasion

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Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy on Tuesday claimed Russia had lost more than 31,000 soldiers since launching its invasion in February. Moscow has not reported how many soldiers it has lost during the assault, which officials there call a “special military operation” and not a war.