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Participants lay flowers near the Eternal Flame memorial as they gather in Glory Square the day after Russia's Defense Ministry stated that 63 Russian servicemen were killed in a Ukrainian missile strike on their temporary accommodation in Makiivka.

REUTERS/Albert Dzen

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63: That's how many Russian troops Moscow admitted were killed on Monday in eastern Ukraine after Kyiv used US-supplied HIMARS missile systems to attack a temporary barracks near the city of Makiivka. The Ukrainians and some Russian military bloggers claim the death toll was much higher from one of the war’s deadliest strikes so far because ammo was stored at the same site.

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