Video released by Ukraine's State Emergency Service shows what it says is the recovery and controlled detonation of two unexploded devices in the Odesa region.
The images, originally released on social media, show operatives wearing flak jackets and hard hats uncovering one of the devices lodged in a building and the other in the ground.
Operatives removed both devices and transported them both to another location for detonation.
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