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Crimea hit by ‘drone attack’: Moscow-installed authorities

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The Russian-controlled Crimean peninsula in Ukraine was targeted by a drone attack on Tuesday, with Moscow’s forces there “on alert”, Kremlin-installed authorities said.

“There is an attack with drones,” Moscow-installed governor of the Sevastopol administrative region on Crimea, Mikhail Razvozhayev, said on Telegram. “Our air defence forces are working right now.”

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