Russian rockets hit train station in Kramatorsk, Donetsk region | DW News

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Breaking news out of eastern Ukraine, where more than 30 people have been killed and over 100 more wounded after Russian rockets hit a train station in the city of Kramatorsk in the Donetsk region. The station was being used to evacuate civilians to safer parts of the country. Officials say thousands of people were at the station at the time of the attack.

The head of the regional administration posted images on social media, showing dead bodies outside the station. Officials say it’s one of the deadliest strikes of the six week-old war. Rescue workers are on the scene.

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