UKRAINE'S government is hinting at involvement at an explosion in Crimea. If true, it could show Ukraine has new capability to strike deeper into Russian territory, potentially changing the dynamic of the six-month war.
Footage of an electrical substation burning in Crimea may suggest that Ukraine's military has new abilities to strike deeper into Russian territory - a development that could potentially change the dynamic of the war.
Explosions hit a Russian ammunition depot near the site, which also prompted the evacuation of 2,000 civilians in a 5 kilometer radius, and disrupted rail lines.
Also on Tuesday: A Russian newspaper reported seeing smoke rising from a Russian airbase in Crimea.
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