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“The soldiers had to destroy it on site. There were no casualties,” Astra said.

In total, at least 21 aerial bombs fell from Russian planes on Russia or the occupied territories of Ukraine in March and April alone, Astra reported.

“There are no exact answers as to why this continues to happen,” the reporters wrote. POLITICO was unable to independently verify Astra’s account.

On April 2, a Russian bomber dropped an explosive near the train station in Rubizhne, a town in the occupied part of the Luhansk region. “The number of victims is not reported, the survivors were evacuated and kept together,” Artem Lysohor, head of the Ukrainian military administration in the Luhansk region, said in a statement.

On April 20, a Russian aerial bomb fell in the center of Belgorod, creating a giant crater. The Russian Defense Ministry said in a statement that “during the flight of the Su-34 aircraft of the Aerospace Forces over the city of Belgorod, an unusual fall of aviation ammunition occurred.”

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