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Explosion Rocks Russian Arms Factory, Raises Suspicions




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In a concerning development, an explosion has occurred at an arms factory located deep within Russia, according to a high-ranking Ukrainian official, Your Content has learned.

This incident adds to a series of fires and blasts that have taken place at military installations, raising suspicions of orchestrated sabotage originating from Kyiv.

Today, witnesses reported seeing billowing smoke over the city of Perm, situated deep within Russia.

A senior Ukrainian official confirmed that a “powerful” explosion had targeted an arms factory in the city, primarily utilized for the production of artillery rockets, tragically claiming the lives of two individuals.

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The incident is the most recent occurrence in a string of fires affecting Russian military sites, which Ukrainian authorities believe may be coordinated by parties in Kyiv.

Meanwhile, as tensions escalate, Poland has taken decisive action by dispatching tanks to bolster Ukraine’s frontline defenses.

Simultaneously, British intelligence has issued a report highlighting a significant decrease in the combat effectiveness of Putin’s army, estimating a reduction of approximately a quarter of its forces.

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