reopening of dependent bridge from Crimea to Russia partially destroyed by explosion


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The Crimean Bridge, a key and symbolic infrastructure dependent on Russia on the peninsula annexed in 2014 to the detriment of Ukraine, reopened to road and rail traffic after being partially destroyed on Saturday by a huge explosion attributed by Moscow to a truck trap . Follow live the latest events of the war in Ukraine.

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  • 5:38 am: reopening of the Russian Crimean bridge partially destroyed by an explosion

The Crimean Bridge, a key and symbolic infrastructure dependent on Russia on the peninsula annexed in 2014 to the detriment of Ukraine, reopened to road and rail traffic after being partially destroyed on Saturday by a huge explosion attributed by Moscow to a truck trap .

“Rail traffic on the Crimean bridge has been fully restored,” Russian Deputy Prime Minister Marat Khousnulline confirmed to the press, according to the Ria Novosti agency, without specifying the time. “All scheduled trains will pass in full,” he added. It was clarified on his Telegram account that this recovery concerned both “passenger and freight trains”. “We have the technical capabilities for that,” he assured.

  • 12:49 a.m.: Death toll from Zaporizhia shelling on Thursday rises to 17

At least 17 people died Thursday during bombings in the city of Zaporizhia (southern Ukraine), hit in the early morning by seven missiles, according to an official Ukrainian source.

The Ukrainian emergency service said late Saturday evening that seventeen people – including a child and a victim who died in hospital – had died as a result of the bombardment. In addition, he continued on his Telegram account, 21 people were rescued, of whom twelve were hospitalized.

The very first toll was Thursday of one dead and seven injured. On Friday, the Ukrainian emergency services had already put it back to eleven dead.

reopening of dependent bridge from Crimea to Russia partially destroyed by explosion

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reopening of dependent bridge from Crimea to Russia partially destroyed by explosion


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