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“We repelled an attack by 10 Ukrainian missiles aimed at Sevastopol, Crimea” say the Russians

Russia announced yesterday, Saturday, 23/3 in the evening, that it shot down an attack by ten Ukrainian missiles aimed at Sevastopol, in Crimea, the Ukrainian peninsula annexed by Moscow in 2014. “Our military repelled a massive attack on Sevastopol. According to the first information, more than 10 missiles were shot down,” underlined the Russian-appointed governor of Sevastopol, Mikhail Razvozaev, in a Telegram post. He then clarified, as reported by the Athens News Agency citing AFP and Reuters, that the attack killed one person, a 65-year-old civilian, and that four people were injured, including a teenager. He also noted that infrastructure was damaged, including an office building and a natural gas line. Road and sea transport connecting Russia with the Crimean peninsula was suspended for several hours, the Russian-appointed regional transport administration announced at the same time. Crimea is often targeted by missiles and drones […]
Source: News Beast

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