Russia and Ukraine agreed that a missile hit a train station in the Ukrainian-controlled city of Kramatorsk on Saturday as thousands of Ukrainians were trying to evacuate the area, but both sides are blaming the other one for the attack.
Ukraine said that the missile used the Iskander missile system, which comes from Russia.
Russia claimed that the Tochka-U missile system, which originates in the Ukraine military, was used.
At least 30 people have died as a result of the attack, and 100 were injured.
The UK and EU both condemned Russia over the attack, calling the war “unjustified” and “appalling,” and vowing to hold Russian President Vladimir Putin to account.
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