A missile struck the village of Przewodów in Poland on Tuesday, a few miles away from the Ukrainian border, killing two farmers and destroying a tractor. The incident is the first time a Nato country has been hit during Russia’s war in Ukraine.
Poland’s president, Andrzej Duda, said it was highly probable the rocket, which was Russian-made, was used by the Ukrainian air defence. There were no grounds to believe the incident was an intentional attack, Duda said, or that the rocket had been launched by the Russian side
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