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Russia is analyzing fragments of a U.S.-made ATACMS missile, alleging it was used in a strike in Crimea that killed four people.

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Russia is studying an intact U.S. ATACMS missile guidance system, says RIA

Russia is analyzing fragments of a U.S.-made ATACMS missile, alleging it was used in a strike in Crimea that killed four people. This incident escalates tensions, with Moscow examining the missile’s guidance system and accusing the U.S. of involvement. The U.S. refutes claims it directs Ukrainian military actions, emphasizing that Kyiv makes independent decisions. The missile, intended for strategic targets, has stirred controversy regarding its deployment and the implications for U.S.-Russia relations. This development comes amid ongoing scrutiny over the military support provided to Ukraine by Western nations.

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