Russia’s defense ministry says a fire that set off explosions at a munitions depot in Moscow-annexed Crimea was caused by an act of “sabotage.”
“On the morning of August 16, as a result of an act of sabotage, a military storage facility near the village of Dzhankoi was damaged,” the ministry says in a statement carried by Russian news agencies.
It adds there were “no serious injuries.”
Crimea — huge ammo warehouse explosion pic.twitter.com/XX61DgUyz6
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