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Russians flock to Crimea train station after explosions at ammunitions depot

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  • Dipublikasikan tanggal 15 Agu 2022
  • Powerful explosions have rocked a Russian airbase following a string of blasts deep in occupied Crimea.
    Plumes of black smoke were seen on Tuesday at the base near Gvardeyskoye in the centre of the annexed peninsula, according to reports in Russia's Kommersant newspaper.
    Earlier on Tuesday, Russia's Defence Ministry separately blamed a series of explosions around Dzhankoi in northern Crimea on "sabotage", state-owned news agency RIA reported.
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