Another Russian airfield has been blasted by a suspected Ukrainian drone strike - just a day after two of Putin's nuke bombers were reportedly blown up.
Shocking footage showed an explosion and a huge fireball at the military airbase in the Kursk region on the border with Ukraine.
An oil tank was reportedly on fire on the airport - and the blaze was said to still be raging more than ten hours after the attack.
Thick black smoke filled the sky and covered almost 5,500sq ft as more firefighters raced to the scene to control the inferno.
Kursk regional governor Roman Starovoyt said: "An oil tank is on fire as a result of a drone attack near the Kursk airfield. There are no casualties. The fire is currently being localised."
There have been no civilian flights from the airport since the start of the Ukraine war.
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