Russian missiles struck a crowded shopping mall, where authorities say 1,000 people were shopping at the time. Ramy Inocencio is in Kremenchuk with the latest.
“We tried moving through the crowd, shouting ‘please let us through,’ and others were shouting ‘we are dying, guys,'” one survivor said.
Abu Hamzah al Yemeni was a senior leader of Horas al-Din group. The attack was the latest in a series over the past few years targeting al Qaeda-linked militants in northwestern Syria.
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