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Ukraine says pushed out Russian forces from villages in northeast

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The Ukrainian military on Monday claimed to have pushed out Russian forces from several villages in the northeast of the country, in Kyiv’s first recent announcement of territorial gains in Donbas.

“Due to successful actions, our troops pushed the enemy out of the settlements of Karmazynivka, Myasozharivka and Nevske in the Lugansk region and Novosadove in Donetsk region,” the Ukrainian military said in a statement.

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