Railway tracks used to transport Russian military equipment in Rostov Oblast destroyed, reports The Insider
According to available data, Russian "partisans" may be involved in the sabotage (Photo:Screenshot of the video Insider Express/YouTube)
Unknown individuals blew up a set of railway tracks in Russia’s Rostov Oblast which were used to carry echelons of Russian materiel, independent Russian publication The Insider reported on Dec. 14.
The publication cited the Telegram channels of Russian opposition movements Rospartizan and the All-People’s Movement of the Legion for Freedom of Russia.
In addition, a video of the alleged detonation was posted, however, according to the media, it could have been filmed as early as early December.
No group has yet taken responsibility for the act. Earlier, Russian partisan groups claimed responsibility for the death of Darina Dugina, daughter of Russian propagandist Alexander Dugin.
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