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Russia denies missile attack on mall as Ukraine says death toll reaches 18

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Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov denied accusations on Tuesday that it hit a shopping mall in Kremenchuk, Ukraine with missiles, instead saying it had struck a nearby depot of U.S. and European arms that triggered an explosion which ignited a fire at the mall.

Ukraine said Monday at least 18 people had died by an intentional strike on the shopping centre, with President Volodymyr Zelenskyy saying more than 1,000 people were inside when the missiles struck.

Global News' Sean O'Shea takes a look at what has been left behind in the strike, as Ukraine's internal affairs minister Denys Monastyrsky says they can now say "for sure" there are "no living people" remaining under the rubble. He said they have found 18 bodies, seven body fragments and remains and 21 are considered missing.

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