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Russia says facing ‘unprecedented’ wave of Ukrainian sabotage

Ukraine says 'destroyed' Russian warship off Crimea
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Russia on Thursday said it was facing an “unprecedented” wave of Ukrainian “sabotage”, a day after an alleged drone hit the Kremlin in what Moscow called a “terrorist attack” by Kyiv.

“The terrorist and sabotage activities of the Armed Forces of Ukraine are gaining unprecedented momentum,” the Russian foreign ministry said in a statement. It added that Russia “reserves the right to take retaliatory measures.”

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