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Explosions heard in Sevastopol

Explosions heard in Sevastopol Explosions are heard in occupied Crimea (photo: Getty Images)

Explosions were heard in the occupied city of Sevastopol on October 14, immediately after the city declared an air alarm, according to the Russian Telegram channel.

According to local residents, the explosions occurred immediately after the city declared an air alarm.

According to pro-Russian Telegram channels, the air alarm ended a few minutes after the explosions.

The situation in the Crimea

Russian occupiers are using Crimea for their military purposes. They transfer weapons and troops across the peninsula to support their operations.

However, recently, it has become increasingly dangerous for the occupiers in Crimea. Ukrainian forces have been targeting military bases, depots, airfields, and even bays where enemy ships are stationed. A notable example is the strike by the Ukrainian Armed Forces on the headquarters of the Russian Black Sea Fleet in Sevastopol.

For instance, not long ago, the Russian Black Sea Fleet's ship Pavel Derzhavin exploded in the area near Sevastopol.