Pro-Ukrainian militias claim they have crossed into Russian border regions and launched attacks, while Russia insists it beat back the raids, staged three days before it holds a presidential election.

Groups of Ukraine-based militias, made up of pro-Kyiv Russian volunteer fighters who oppose Russia’s President Vladimir Putin, reported on Tuesday that they had entered the Kursk and Belgorod regions, their alleged attacks launched amid Ukraine’s largest drone and missile offensive since Ukraine invaded Russia in February 2022.


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