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Mysterious explosions that rocked a Russian military base suggest Russian positions far behind the front lines are no longer safe, officials and experts say

1 month ago   |   By Business Insider

Smoke rises after explosions a Russian military airbase in Crimea on August 9, 2022. REUTERS/Stringer
Several large explosions occurred at Russia's Saki Air Base in occupied Crimea this week.
Ukraine has not taken credit, though officials have privately said Ukraine was behind the blasts.
Experts and officials say an attack that far behind Russian lines could have a psychological impact.
A Russian base in occupied Crimea, far behind the front lines of the ongoing war in Ukraine, was rocked by multiple large explosions this week, which left not only physical damage to buildings, planes, and...
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