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At least three people died and six were injured; origin of the attacks were not revealed, but Ukraine has hinted that it may be the perpetrator

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Nuclear bomber bases in Russia attacked

Two explosions hit nuclear bombing bases in Russia this Monday, 5, according to the local press. State news agency RIA reported that a tanker truck exploded at the airfield near Ryazan and left at least three dead and six injured. This was not the only airfield to register explosions. A base located in Saratov, 700 kilometers from Ukraine, was attacked by drones. The region’s governor, Roman Busargin, said no civilians had been hurt. “I want to assure you that there was no emergency in residential areas of the city. There is nothing to worry about,” he wrote on Telegram. The explosions damaged two Tu-95 strategic bombers. The origin of the attacks were not revealed, however, an adviser to the Ukrainian leader, Volodymyr Zelensky, hinted that Ukraine was behind the explosions. “The Earth is round, discovered by Galileo. In the Kremlin they did not study astronomy and gave preference to astrologers. If so, they would know: if something is launched into the airspace of other countries, sooner or later unknown flying objects will return to the starting point,” wrote Mykhailo Podoliak, an adviser to the Ukrainian president, on his Twitter account. In a statement, the Kremlin spokesman said he was aware of what happened, but said he did not have precise information about what happened. He also reported that President Vladimir Putin was informed about the explosions. Neither the Russian nor the Ukrainian Ministry of Defense commented on what happened.

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