Sevastopol in temporarily occupied Crimea comes under overnight drone attack


Sevastopol in temporarily occupied Crimea came under a drone attack overnight on May 17, the so-called "governor" of Russia's occupation authorities, Mikhail Razvozhayev, claimed.

The city was defending itself from unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) attacks, including with the use of small firearms, he alleged.

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As is traditional, he claimed that several targets were destroyed and there were no damages recorded.

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Residential homes lost power, though streetlights remain working in Balaklava, the  Crimean Wind Telegram channel reported.

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