Ukraine on Saturday morning launched another missile attack on Sevastopol in occupied Crimea, a Russian-installed official said, a day after an attack on the headquarters of Russia’s Black Sea Fleet left a serviceman missing and the main building smoldering. Sevastopol was put on air raid alert for about an hour after debris from intercepted missiles fell near a pier, Gov. Mikhail Razvozhayev wrote on the messaging app Telegram.
Ukraine has claimed that a Russian general who was leading troops on the southern front was “seriously wounded” in the Storm Shadow strike on Russia’s Black Sea Navy fleet yesterday.
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