Ukraine war: Multiple explosions seen at Russian military airfield in Crimea

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The Telegraph published this video item, entitled “Ukraine war: Multiple explosions seen at Russian military airfield in Crimea” – below is their description.

Powerful explosions were heard near a Russian military airfield in the Russia-occupied Crimea on Tuesday afternoon. Footage from the scene showed plumes of smoke towering over a beach and a local park.

Oleg Kryuchkov, an adviser to Moscow-appointed head of Crimea, on Tuesday confirmed the explosions but stopped short of giving any details.

Ukrainian media said the Russian military airfield in Nefedorovka on Crimea’s western coast came under attack.

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