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The Russian military has seized two settlements, in Kharkov Region and Donbass, from Ukrainian forces, the Defense Ministry in Moscow announced yesterday. RT reports:

“Troops dislodged Ukrainian forces from the village of Kislovka, around 25 km east of Kupiansk, a key Ukrainian logistics hub in the region, the Ministry said. The announcement comes two days after the reported capture of the village of Kotlyarovka, immediately to the south of Kislovka. The development apparently signals an intensification of combat on the Kharkov axis, where the front line—which runs approximately along the border between Ukraine’s Kharkov Region and Russia’s Lugansk People’s Republic—has remained largely static for months.

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