The recovery operation to find the bodies of victims killed when a missile hit a convoy of refugees in Ukraine has been suspended after fighting started again, a Ukrainian military spokesman said.
So far the remains of 15 people, said to have "burned to death" in cars, have been located but officials say there could be more.
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