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Russia hit with a ‘mass drone attack’ causing a series of explosions across cities

by LLB Reporter
26th Nov 23 11:42 am

Overnight Russia was hit with a “mass drone attack” in retaliation for the “biggest drone attack” of the war which struck Kyiv on Saturday.

The Ukrainian drone attack hit deep inside Russia which happened over Moscow, Tula, Kaluga and Bryansk regions, Russian news reported.

An apartment block was hit in the Ukrainian drone attack in Tula and it “was a very loud night for the citizens” in the city.

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At least one person was injured in Tula as debris from a Ukrainian drone hit the apartment building.

Moscow Mayor Sergei Sobyanin said, “A mass drone attack was attempted overnight,” and Moscow claims they shot down at least 20 drones.

In the early hours of Saturday morning the Ukrainian capital was hit with the “biggest drone attack of Ukraine war so far” as 75 Iranian kamikaze Shahed drones were fired by Russian forces.

Officials in Kyiv said at least 40 of the fleet of drones were shot down and explosions were heard across the capital.

Kyiv mayor Vitali Klitschko said nearly 75 drones were involved in the attack and at least 40 were downed causing damage in the city by falling debris.

Residents in the city heard warning sirens saying, “A large number of enemy UAVs are entering Kyiv from different directions! We urge you to stay in shelters until the alarm goes off!”

The Ukrainian Air Force said that there was a “record number” of the kamikaze Shahed drones sent to attack Kyiv.

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