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Polish president says missile probably came from Ukraine defences

Andrzej Duda says there is no evidence to suggest missile that landed in his country was launched by Russia

Ukraine’s air defence was probably responsible for a blast that killed two people in south-eastern Poland, the Polish president has said, as Nato said Russia was ultimately to blame as Moscow had started the war and launched the attack that triggered Kyiv’s defences.

While fears eased of a dangerous escalation in the war, the Ukrainian president, Volodymyr Zelenskiy, insisted on Wednesday he had “no doubt” the missile concerned was not Ukrainian.

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