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Two Russian soldiers killed, 28 in hospital after being poisoned by Ukrainian civilians: officials

Summary by Ground News
At least two Russian troops died and many more grew severely ill after consuming poisoned food and drink. Another 28 soldiers who ate the poisoned buns have been hospitalized. NATO estimated that between 7,000 and 15,000 Russian troops have died and up to 40,000 have been killed or injured.
6 months ago·Moscow, Russian Federation

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The IndependentThe Independent

Two Russian soldiers killed ‘after being given poisoned food by Ukrainian civilians’

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Daily ExpressDaily Express

Russian soldiers killed and hundreds seriously ill after Ukrainians feed them poisoned pie

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Daily MirrorDaily Mirror

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South China Morning PostSouth China Morning Post

Russian troops dead after ‘eating poisoned food given by Ukraine locals’

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The TelegraphThe Telegraph

'Two Russian soldiers dead and 28 in hospital' after eating poisoned pastries from Ukrainian villagers

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6 months ago·London, United Kingdom
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