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HELSINKI--A Soviet warship, either a destroyer or cruiser, was reported without confirmation tonight to have been sunk by shellfire in a Russian attack by sea and air on Finland's fortress on Hango Peninenia.
The newspaper Hellingin Sonemat reparied rumors that the 3,500-fon Soviet eraiser Kirov had been sunk by Flunish coastal guna during the fierce battle.
The newspaper also anounced that Finnish troops had "wiped out" two companies of Soviet troops in fierce fighting on the Carelian Peninsula north of Leuiagrad.
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