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Blasts rock Russian ammo depot in Siberia, five injured: TASS

Reuters Friday, 9 August 2019
A series of explosions rocked a Russian ammo depot in Siberia for the second time in a week on Friday, injuring five people, the TASS news agency cited doctors as saying.
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There were massive explosions at a Russian arms depot in Siberia on Friday. It comes just four days after the depot, near the city of Achinsk, was destroyed in a series of massive blasts. Russia’s defence ministry has blamed lightening for the latest explosions, in which eight people were...

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Blasts rock Russian ammo depot in Siberia, five injured: TASS

A series of explosions rocked a Russian ammo depot in Siberia for the second time in a week on Friday, injuring five people, the TASS news agency cited doctors...
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