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Ukraine hits Russian city on day two of presidential vote

The attack came on day two of the Russian presidential elections when President Putin accused Ukraine of meddling in the elections.

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Ukraine hits Russian city on day two of presidential vote
Ukraine hits Russian city on day two of presidential vote

MOSCOW, 16 March: A missile attack by Ukraine on western Russia killed two people, and a drone attack on a Russian oil refinery on Saturday.

The attack came on day two of the Russian presidential elections when President Putin accused Ukraine of meddling in the elections.

Belgorod Governor Vyacheslav Gladkov confirmed the missile attack killed one man and one woman and said that cross-border attacks by Ukraine is now a daily routine.

Dimitri Azarov, governor of the southeastern region of Samara near the Ukrainian border, said a fire broke out at Dimitri Azarov, governor of the southeastern region of Samara near the Ukrainian border, said a fire broke out at the Syzran refinery after the attack, while an attack on another refinery was foiled.

Ukraine continued to attack Russian refineries this week, while Russia carried out the most dangerous attack this week on the Ukrainian city of Odesa, in which 20 people were killed, and 70 were injured.

The Ukraine war is casting a shadow over the Russian elections, while Putin is certain to take power for a sixth term.

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