By Thursday morning, Aug, 25, the death toll from a Russian strike on a Ukrainian railway station in Chaplino, Dniprpetrovsk region, had increased to 25. The evening before, President Volodymyr Zelensky had announced 22 killed, as the country marked six months of war.

“Chaplino is our pain today. As of this moment, there are 22 dead, including five people who burned in a car. A youth died, he was 11 years old, a Russian rocket destroyed his house,” he said in his daily address.

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