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Хартия’97 :: Новости Беларуси – Белорусские новости – Новости Белоруссии – Республика Беларусь – Минск, T-72 Tank, 92H6E Radar, Ammunition: Equipment Destroyed By Explosion At Airfield In Belarus, on August 12, 2022 12:41 AM at 12:41 AM

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There are also reports that there were casualties as a result of the explosions in Ziabrovka., There are also reports that there were casualties as a result of the explosions in Ziabrovka.

Хартия’97 :: Новости Беларуси – Белорусские новости – Новости Белоруссии – Республика Беларусь – Минск, T-72 Tank, 92H6E Radar, Ammunition: Equipment Destroyed By Explosion At Airfield In Belarus, on August 12, 2022 12:41 AM at 12:41 AM

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There are also reports that there were casualties as a result of the explosions in Ziabrovka., There are also reports that there were casualties as a result of the explosions in Ziabrovka.

Fox News, Belarus commander in Ukraine says ‘troop sabotage’ likely if Minsk sends forces to fight with Russia, on August 11, 2022 10:47 AM at 10:47 AM

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As concerns mount that Russia may be looking to foreign allies like Belarus to provide more boots on the ground as its forces flag in Ukraine, one Belarusian commander tells Fox News Digital this strategy could mean trouble in Minsk’s ranks.

“My forecast is that it is unlikely to happen, but if it does, then there will be huge problems,” Belarusian commander in the Kastus Kalinouski Regiment, Denys Prokhorov, said speaking from Kyiv.

Prokhorov said Belarus would likely face “troop sabotage and [an] unwillingness to go to war” if Minsk forced its troops to fight with Russia in Ukraine. 

RUSSIA, BELARUS MILITARY BASES ROCKED BY FIRE, EXPLOSIONS DAYS AFTER CRIMEA AIR BASE SEES DESTRUCTIVE BLASTS

Russia and Belarus have increasingly engaged in joint military drills and the Ukrainian Armed Forces have warned that Minsk is testing its combat readiness in regions that border Ukraine. 

The Belarusian commander, who recently returned to Kyiv from the front lines, is part of a volunteer Belarusian fighting force that pledged allegiance to Ukraine in March following Russia’s deadly invasion.

Prokhorov left Belarus at the age of 18 to fight with Ukrainian forces following Russia’s first incursion in 2014.

He has since been dubbed “Kyt” which means “whale” in Ukrainian and symbolizes “great power simultaneously combined with great calmness,” he explained in an interview translated by the Ukraine Frontline Media Platform. 

Though the commander – who sports a handlebar-like mustache – noted with a smile that his call sign also sounds like the word “cat” in Ukrainian.

BELARUS CHECKS COMBAT READINESS ON BORDER, UKRAINE SECURES KYIV DEFENSES

Kyt commands over 300 Belarusian soldiers who have joined the Kastus Kalinouski ranks to fight against Russia’s aggression in Ukraine and said despite increased joint military drills agreed to by Moscow and Minsk there is little appetite for war in Belarus. 

“We need to understand that the regular troops of the Republic of Belarus are in no way ready to resist Ukraine,” he told Fox News Digital. “They have no motivation.

“No money will make them go to Ukraine to return back in body bags,” he added.

The commander said he believes the majority of Belarusian soldiers and civilians lack the mental preparedness to engage in war against Kyiv.

“The nation of Belarus does not support the Russian armed aggression and a full-scale invasion of Ukraine,” he said, noting that openly voicing opposition to the war in which Belarusian President Aleksandr Lukashenko has supported could lead to hefty jail times. 

“Russia currently suffers colossal losses of personnel, weapons, and equipment,” Kyt said. “Belarusian troops observing the situation through the internet are totally mentally unprepared.”

, Belarusian commander fighting in Ukraine says there will be ‘troop sabotage’ in Minsk’s ranks if it tries to force its troops to aid Russia’s war.

Fox News, Belarus commander in Ukraine says ‘troop sabotage’ likely if Minsk sends forces to fight with Russia, on August 11, 2022 10:47 AM at 10:47 AM

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As concerns mount that Russia may be looking to foreign allies like Belarus to provide more boots on the ground as its forces flag in Ukraine, one Belarusian commander tells Fox News Digital this strategy could mean trouble in Minsk’s ranks.

“My forecast is that it is unlikely to happen, but if it does, then there will be huge problems,” Belarusian commander in the Kastus Kalinouski Regiment, Denys Prokhorov, said speaking from Kyiv.

Prokhorov said Belarus would likely face “troop sabotage and [an] unwillingness to go to war” if Minsk forced its troops to fight with Russia in Ukraine. 

RUSSIA, BELARUS MILITARY BASES ROCKED BY FIRE, EXPLOSIONS DAYS AFTER CRIMEA AIR BASE SEES DESTRUCTIVE BLASTS

Russia and Belarus have increasingly engaged in joint military drills and the Ukrainian Armed Forces have warned that Minsk is testing its combat readiness in regions that border Ukraine. 

The Belarusian commander, who recently returned to Kyiv from the front lines, is part of a volunteer Belarusian fighting force that pledged allegiance to Ukraine in March following Russia’s deadly invasion.

Prokhorov left Belarus at the age of 18 to fight with Ukrainian forces following Russia’s first incursion in 2014.

He has since been dubbed “Kyt” which means “whale” in Ukrainian and symbolizes “great power simultaneously combined with great calmness,” he explained in an interview translated by the Ukraine Frontline Media Platform. 

Though the commander – who sports a handlebar-like mustache – noted with a smile that his call sign also sounds like the word “cat” in Ukrainian.

BELARUS CHECKS COMBAT READINESS ON BORDER, UKRAINE SECURES KYIV DEFENSES

Kyt commands over 300 Belarusian soldiers who have joined the Kastus Kalinouski ranks to fight against Russia’s aggression in Ukraine and said despite increased joint military drills agreed to by Moscow and Minsk there is little appetite for war in Belarus. 

“We need to understand that the regular troops of the Republic of Belarus are in no way ready to resist Ukraine,” he told Fox News Digital. “They have no motivation.

“No money will make them go to Ukraine to return back in body bags,” he added.

The commander said he believes the majority of Belarusian soldiers and civilians lack the mental preparedness to engage in war against Kyiv.

“The nation of Belarus does not support the Russian armed aggression and a full-scale invasion of Ukraine,” he said, noting that openly voicing opposition to the war in which Belarusian President Aleksandr Lukashenko has supported could lead to hefty jail times. 

“Russia currently suffers colossal losses of personnel, weapons, and equipment,” Kyt said. “Belarusian troops observing the situation through the internet are totally mentally unprepared.”

, Belarusian commander fighting in Ukraine says there will be ‘troop sabotage’ in Minsk’s ranks if it tries to force its troops to aid Russia’s war.

Fox News, Belarus commander in Ukraine says ‘troop sabotage’ likely if Minsk sends forces to fight with Russia, on August 11, 2022 10:47 AM at 10:47 AM

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As concerns mount that Russia may be looking to foreign allies like Belarus to provide more boots on the ground as its forces flag in Ukraine, one Belarusian commander tells Fox News Digital this strategy could mean trouble in Minsk’s ranks.

“My forecast is that it is unlikely to happen, but if it does, then there will be huge problems,” Belarusian commander in the Kastus Kalinouski Regiment, Denys Prokhorov, said speaking from Kyiv.

Prokhorov said Belarus would likely face “troop sabotage and [an] unwillingness to go to war” if Minsk forced its troops to fight with Russia in Ukraine. 

RUSSIA, BELARUS MILITARY BASES ROCKED BY FIRE, EXPLOSIONS DAYS AFTER CRIMEA AIR BASE SEES DESTRUCTIVE BLASTS

Russia and Belarus have increasingly engaged in joint military drills and the Ukrainian Armed Forces have warned that Minsk is testing its combat readiness in regions that border Ukraine. 

The Belarusian commander, who recently returned to Kyiv from the front lines, is part of a volunteer Belarusian fighting force that pledged allegiance to Ukraine in March following Russia’s deadly invasion.

Prokhorov left Belarus at the age of 18 to fight with Ukrainian forces following Russia’s first incursion in 2014.

He has since been dubbed “Kyt” which means “whale” in Ukrainian and symbolizes “great power simultaneously combined with great calmness,” he explained in an interview translated by the Ukraine Frontline Media Platform. 

Though the commander – who sports a handlebar-like mustache – noted with a smile that his call sign also sounds like the word “cat” in Ukrainian.

BELARUS CHECKS COMBAT READINESS ON BORDER, UKRAINE SECURES KYIV DEFENSES

Kyt commands over 300 Belarusian soldiers who have joined the Kastus Kalinouski ranks to fight against Russia’s aggression in Ukraine and said despite increased joint military drills agreed to by Moscow and Minsk there is little appetite for war in Belarus. 

“We need to understand that the regular troops of the Republic of Belarus are in no way ready to resist Ukraine,” he told Fox News Digital. “They have no motivation.

“No money will make them go to Ukraine to return back in body bags,” he added.

The commander said he believes the majority of Belarusian soldiers and civilians lack the mental preparedness to engage in war against Kyiv.

“The nation of Belarus does not support the Russian armed aggression and a full-scale invasion of Ukraine,” he said, noting that openly voicing opposition to the war in which Belarusian President Aleksandr Lukashenko has supported could lead to hefty jail times. 

“Russia currently suffers colossal losses of personnel, weapons, and equipment,” Kyt said. “Belarusian troops observing the situation through the internet are totally mentally unprepared.”

, Belarusian commander fighting in Ukraine says there will be ‘troop sabotage’ in Minsk’s ranks if it tries to force its troops to aid Russia’s war.

Sputnik News – World News, Breaking News & Top Storie, Russia, Belarus Create New Technology for Alternative Energy, on August 11, 2022 8:41 AM at 8:41 AM

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Researchers at the National Research University of Electronic Technology “MIET”, jointly with colleagues from Belarus, have created a simple and safe method to create silicon germanium films that can turn waste heat from industrial facilities into electricity., Researchers at the National Research University of Electronic Technology “MIET”, jointly with colleagues from Belarus, have created a simple and safe method to create silicon germanium films that can turn waste heat from industrial facilities into electricity.

Sputnik News – World News, Breaking News & Top Storie, Russia, Belarus Create New Technology for Alternative Energy, on August 11, 2022 8:41 AM at 8:41 AM

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Researchers at the National Research University of Electronic Technology “MIET”, jointly with colleagues from Belarus, have created a simple and safe method to create silicon germanium films that can turn waste heat from industrial facilities into electricity., Researchers at the National Research University of Electronic Technology “MIET”, jointly with colleagues from Belarus, have created a simple and safe method to create silicon germanium films that can turn waste heat from industrial facilities into electricity.

Sputnik News – World News, Breaking News & Top Storie, Russia, Belarus Create New Technology for Alternative Energy, on August 11, 2022 8:41 AM at 8:41 AM

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Researchers at the National Research University of Electronic Technology “MIET”, jointly with colleagues from Belarus, have created a simple and safe method to create silicon germanium films that can turn waste heat from industrial facilities into electricity., Researchers at the National Research University of Electronic Technology “MIET”, jointly with colleagues from Belarus, have created a simple and safe method to create silicon germanium films that can turn waste heat from industrial facilities into electricity.

Sputnik News – World News, Breaking News & Top Storie, Russia, Belarus Create New Technology for Alternative Energy, on August 11, 2022 8:41 AM at 8:41 AM

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Researchers at the National Research University of Electronic Technology “MIET”, jointly with colleagues from Belarus, have created a simple and safe method to create silicon germanium films that can turn waste heat from industrial facilities into electricity., Researchers at the National Research University of Electronic Technology “MIET”, jointly with colleagues from Belarus, have created a simple and safe method to create silicon germanium films that can turn waste heat from industrial facilities into electricity.

Sputnik News – World News, Breaking News & Top Storie, Russia, Belarus Create New Technology for Alternative Energy, on August 11, 2022 8:41 AM at 8:41 AM

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Researchers at the National Research University of Electronic Technology “MIET”, jointly with colleagues from Belarus, have created a simple and safe method to create silicon germanium films that can turn waste heat from industrial facilities into electricity., Researchers at the National Research University of Electronic Technology “MIET”, jointly with colleagues from Belarus, have created a simple and safe method to create silicon germanium films that can turn waste heat from industrial facilities into electricity.

Sputnik News – World News, Breaking News & Top Storie, Russia, Belarus Create New Technology for Alternative Energy, on August 11, 2022 8:41 AM at 8:41 AM

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Researchers at the National Research University of Electronic Technology “MIET”, jointly with colleagues from Belarus, have created a simple and safe method to create silicon germanium films that can turn waste heat from industrial facilities into electricity., Researchers at the National Research University of Electronic Technology “MIET”, jointly with colleagues from Belarus, have created a simple and safe method to create silicon germanium films that can turn waste heat from industrial facilities into electricity.

Fox News, Russia, Belarus military bases rocked by fire, explosions days after Crimea air base sees destructive blasts, on August 11, 2022 8:36 AM at 8:36 AM

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Military bases in Russia and Belarus were rocked by an outbreak in fires and explosions Thursday, just days after a Russian airbase in Crimea saw explosions that wiped out nine warplanes. 

Russian media reported that a military housing unit was ablaze in a town outside of Moscow early Thursday but did not provide information on how the fire broke out.

The Directorate of the Ministry of Emergency Situations in the Moscow Region reportedly said the fire took more than 35 men to extinguish after they found smoke billowing from under the roof.

“The fire has now been extinguished, there is no information about the victims,” one source told Russian state news agency Tass.

EXPERT CASTS DOUBT ON REPORT THAT UKRAINIAN SPECIAL FORCES BEHIND CRIMEA AIRFIELD ATTACK 

A Belarusian news agency similarly reported that were several explosions early Thursday at the Ziabrauka airfield in Belarus’ southern Gomel region which shares a border with Ukraine and where Belarusian troops have been checked for “combat readiness.”

The Belarus Ministry of Defense said that some military equipment caught fire following a late Wednesday night inspection, reported Kyiv Independent. 

An adviser to Belarusian opposition leader Sviatlana Tsikhanouskaya, took to Twitter to say that at least eight explosions took place near the airbase which is “used by Russian aviation in the war against Ukraine.”

“So far, there is no confirmation if these explosions are connected to any military drills conducted by the Russian and Belarus armies on Belarus territory,” the adviser, Franak Viačorka, added.

The simultaneous fires come just days after explosions rocked a Russian airbase in occupied Crimea, destroying at least nine combat planes.

“In just one day, the occupiers lost ten combat aircraft: nine in Crimea and one more in the direction of Zaporizhzhia,” Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy said in his nightly address Wednesday. “The occupiers also suffer new losses of armored vehicles, warehouses with ammunition, logistics routes.”

BELARUS LAUNCHES MILITARY DRILLS ON BORDER WITH UKRAINE, TESTS TROOP READINESS

“The more losses the occupiers suffer, the sooner we will be able to liberate our land and guarantee Ukraine’s security,” he added.

It remains unclear what caused the explosions in Crimea and Ukrainian defense officials have not taken responsibility for hitting the airbase.

Moscow has downplayed the destructive event and claimed ammunition had accidentally detonated at the airfield, though images released Thursday could suggest it was a missile strike according to a Reuters report. 

Mykhailo Podolyak, an adviser to Zelenskyy, took the opportunity to say the “technical accidents” apparently plaguing Russia’s defenses were “karma.”

“The epidemic of technical accidents at military airfields of Crimea and Belarus should be considered by Russia military as a warning: forget about Ukraine, take off the uniform and leave,” he said in a tweet. “Neither in occupied Crimea nor in occupied Belarus will you feel safe. 

“Karma finds you anywhere,” he added. 

, Military bases in Russia and Belarus were rocked by outbreaks in fire and explosions just days after a fire on Russian airbase in Crimea destroyed nine warplanes.

Fox News, Russia, Belarus military bases rocked by fire, explosions days after Crimea air base sees destructive blasts, on August 11, 2022 8:36 AM at 8:36 AM

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Military bases in Russia and Belarus were rocked by an outbreak in fires and explosions Thursday, just days after a Russian airbase in Crimea saw explosions that wiped out nine warplanes. 

Russian media reported that a military housing unit was ablaze in a town outside of Moscow early Thursday but did not provide information on how the fire broke out.

The Directorate of the Ministry of Emergency Situations in the Moscow Region reportedly said the fire took more than 35 men to extinguish after they found smoke billowing from under the roof.

“The fire has now been extinguished, there is no information about the victims,” one source told Russian state news agency Tass.

EXPERT CASTS DOUBT ON REPORT THAT UKRAINIAN SPECIAL FORCES BEHIND CRIMEA AIRFIELD ATTACK 

A Belarusian news agency similarly reported that were several explosions early Thursday at the Ziabrauka airfield in Belarus’ southern Gomel region which shares a border with Ukraine and where Belarusian troops have been checked for “combat readiness.”

The Belarus Ministry of Defense said that some military equipment caught fire following a late Wednesday night inspection, reported Kyiv Independent. 

An adviser to Belarusian opposition leader Sviatlana Tsikhanouskaya, took to Twitter to say that at least eight explosions took place near the airbase which is “used by Russian aviation in the war against Ukraine.”

“So far, there is no confirmation if these explosions are connected to any military drills conducted by the Russian and Belarus armies on Belarus territory,” the adviser, Franak Viačorka, added.

The simultaneous fires come just days after explosions rocked a Russian airbase in occupied Crimea, destroying at least nine combat planes.

“In just one day, the occupiers lost ten combat aircraft: nine in Crimea and one more in the direction of Zaporizhzhia,” Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy said in his nightly address Wednesday. “The occupiers also suffer new losses of armored vehicles, warehouses with ammunition, logistics routes.”

BELARUS LAUNCHES MILITARY DRILLS ON BORDER WITH UKRAINE, TESTS TROOP READINESS

“The more losses the occupiers suffer, the sooner we will be able to liberate our land and guarantee Ukraine’s security,” he added.

It remains unclear what caused the explosions in Crimea and Ukrainian defense officials have not taken responsibility for hitting the airbase.

Moscow has downplayed the destructive event and claimed ammunition had accidentally detonated at the airfield, though images released Thursday could suggest it was a missile strike according to a Reuters report. 

Mykhailo Podolyak, an adviser to Zelenskyy, took the opportunity to say the “technical accidents” apparently plaguing Russia’s defenses were “karma.”

“The epidemic of technical accidents at military airfields of Crimea and Belarus should be considered by Russia military as a warning: forget about Ukraine, take off the uniform and leave,” he said in a tweet. “Neither in occupied Crimea nor in occupied Belarus will you feel safe. 

“Karma finds you anywhere,” he added. 

, Military bases in Russia and Belarus were rocked by outbreaks in fire and explosions just days after a fire on Russian airbase in Crimea destroyed nine warplanes.

Fox News, Russia, Belarus military bases rocked by fire, explosions days after Crimea air base sees destructive blasts, on August 11, 2022 8:36 AM at 8:36 AM

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Military bases in Russia and Belarus were rocked by an outbreak in fires and explosions Thursday, just days after a Russian airbase in Crimea saw explosions that wiped out nine warplanes. 

Russian media reported that a military housing unit was ablaze in a town outside of Moscow early Thursday but did not provide information on how the fire broke out.

The Directorate of the Ministry of Emergency Situations in the Moscow Region reportedly said the fire took more than 35 men to extinguish after they found smoke billowing from under the roof.

“The fire has now been extinguished, there is no information about the victims,” one source told Russian state news agency Tass.

EXPERT CASTS DOUBT ON REPORT THAT UKRAINIAN SPECIAL FORCES BEHIND CRIMEA AIRFIELD ATTACK 

A Belarusian news agency similarly reported that were several explosions early Thursday at the Ziabrauka airfield in Belarus’ southern Gomel region which shares a border with Ukraine and where Belarusian troops have been checked for “combat readiness.”

The Belarus Ministry of Defense said that some military equipment caught fire following a late Wednesday night inspection, reported Kyiv Independent. 

An adviser to Belarusian opposition leader Sviatlana Tsikhanouskaya, took to Twitter to say that at least eight explosions took place near the airbase which is “used by Russian aviation in the war against Ukraine.”

“So far, there is no confirmation if these explosions are connected to any military drills conducted by the Russian and Belarus armies on Belarus territory,” the adviser, Franak Viačorka, added.

The simultaneous fires come just days after explosions rocked a Russian airbase in occupied Crimea, destroying at least nine combat planes.

“In just one day, the occupiers lost ten combat aircraft: nine in Crimea and one more in the direction of Zaporizhzhia,” Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy said in his nightly address Wednesday. “The occupiers also suffer new losses of armored vehicles, warehouses with ammunition, logistics routes.”

BELARUS LAUNCHES MILITARY DRILLS ON BORDER WITH UKRAINE, TESTS TROOP READINESS

“The more losses the occupiers suffer, the sooner we will be able to liberate our land and guarantee Ukraine’s security,” he added.

It remains unclear what caused the explosions in Crimea and Ukrainian defense officials have not taken responsibility for hitting the airbase.

Moscow has downplayed the destructive event and claimed ammunition had accidentally detonated at the airfield, though images released Thursday could suggest it was a missile strike according to a Reuters report. 

Mykhailo Podolyak, an adviser to Zelenskyy, took the opportunity to say the “technical accidents” apparently plaguing Russia’s defenses were “karma.”

“The epidemic of technical accidents at military airfields of Crimea and Belarus should be considered by Russia military as a warning: forget about Ukraine, take off the uniform and leave,” he said in a tweet. “Neither in occupied Crimea nor in occupied Belarus will you feel safe. 

“Karma finds you anywhere,” he added. 

, Military bases in Russia and Belarus were rocked by outbreaks in fire and explosions just days after a fire on Russian airbase in Crimea destroyed nine warplanes.

Fox News, Russia, Belarus military bases rocked by fire, explosions days after Crimea air base sees destructive blasts, on August 11, 2022 8:36 AM at 8:36 AM

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Military bases in Russia and Belarus were rocked by an outbreak in fires and explosions Thursday, just days after a Russian airbase in Crimea saw explosions that wiped out nine warplanes. 

Russian media reported that a military housing unit was ablaze in a town outside of Moscow early Thursday but did not provide information on how the fire broke out.

The Directorate of the Ministry of Emergency Situations in the Moscow Region reportedly said the fire took more than 35 men to distinguish after they found smoke billowing from under the roof.

“The fire has now been extinguished, there is no information about the victims,” one source told Russian state news agency Tass.

EXPERT CASTS DOUBT ON REPORT THAT UKRAINIAN SPECIAL FORCES BEHIND CRIMEA AIRFIELD ATTACK 

A Belarusian news agency similarly reported that were several explosions early Thursday at the Ziabrauka airfield in Belarus’ southern Gomel region which shares a border with Ukraine and where Belarusian troops have been checked for “combat readiness.”

The Belarus Ministry of Defense said that some military equipment caught fire following a late Wednesday night inspection, reported Kyiv Independent. 

An advisor to Belarusian opposition leader Sviatlana Tsikhanouskaya, took to Twitter to say that at least eight explosions took place near the airbase which is “used by Russian aviation in the war against Ukraine.”

“So far, there is no confirmation if these explosions are connected to any military drills conducted by the Russian and Belarus armies on Belarus territory,” the advisor, Franak Viačorka, added.

The simultaneous fires come just days after explosions rocked a Russian airbase in occupied Crimea, destroying at least nine combat planes.

“In just one day, the occupiers lost ten combat aircraft: nine in Crimea and one more in the direction of Zaporizhzhia,” Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy said in his nightly address Wednesday. “The occupiers also suffer new losses of armored vehicles, warehouses with ammunition, logistics routes.”

BELARUS LAUNCHES MILITARY DRILLS ON BORDER WITH UKRAINE, TESTS TROOP READINESS

“The more losses the occupiers suffer, the sooner we will be able to liberate our land and guarantee Ukraine’s security,” he added.

It remains unclear what caused the explosions in Crimea and Ukrainian defense officials have not taken responsibility for hitting the airbase.

Moscow has downplayed the destructive event and claimed ammunition had accidentally detonated at the airfield, though images released Thursday could suggest it was a missile strike according to a Reuters report. 

Mykhailo Podolyak, an advisor to Zelenskyy, took the opportunity to say the “technical accidents” apparently plaguing Russia’s defenses were “karma.”

“The epidemic of technical accidents at military airfields of Crimea and Belarus should be considered by Russia military as a warning: forget about Ukraine, take off the uniform and leave,” he said in a tweet. “Neither in occupied Crimea nor in occupied Belarus will you feel safe. 

“Karma finds you anywhere,” he added. 

, Military bases in Russia and Belarus were rocked by outbreaks in fire and explosions just days after a fire on Russian airbase in Crimea destroyed nine warplanes.

Fox News, Russia, Belarus military bases rocked by fire, explosions days after Crimea air base hit with missiles, on August 11, 2022 8:36 AM at 8:36 AM

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Military bases in Russia and Belarus were rocked by an outbreak in fires and explosions Thursday, just days after a Russian airbase in Crimea saw explosions that wiped out nine warplanes. 

Russian media reported that a military housing unit was ablaze in a town outside of Moscow early Thursday but did not provide information on how the fire broke out.

The Directorate of the Ministry of Emergency Situations in the Moscow Region reportedly said the fire took more than 35 men to distinguish after they found smoke billowing from under the roof.

“The fire has now been extinguished, there is no information about the victims,” one source told Russian state news agency Tass.

EXPERT CASTS DOUBT ON REPORT THAT UKRAINIAN SPECIAL FORCES BEHIND CRIMEA AIRFIELD ATTACK 

A Belarusian news agency similarly reported that were several explosions early Thursday at the Ziabrauka airfield in Belarus’ southern Gomel region which shares a border with Ukraine and where Belarusian troops have been checked for “combat readiness.”

The Belarus Ministry of Defense said that some military equipment caught fire following a late Wednesday night inspection, reported Kyiv Independent. 

An advisor to Belarusian opposition leader Sviatlana Tsikhanouskaya, took to Twitter to say that at least eight explosions took place near the airbase which is “used by Russian aviation in the war against Ukraine.”

“So far, there is no confirmation if these explosions are connected to any military drills conducted by the Russian and Belarus armies on Belarus territory,” the advisor, Franak Viačorka, added.

The simultaneous fires come just days after explosions rocked a Russian airbase in occupied Crimea, destroying at least nine combat planes.

“In just one day, the occupiers lost ten combat aircraft: nine in Crimea and one more in the direction of Zaporizhzhia,” Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy said in his nightly address Wednesday. “The occupiers also suffer new losses of armored vehicles, warehouses with ammunition, logistics routes.”

BELARUS LAUNCHES MILITARY DRILLS ON BORDER WITH UKRAINE, TESTS TROOP READINESS

“The more losses the occupiers suffer, the sooner we will be able to liberate our land and guarantee Ukraine’s security,” he added.

It remains unclear what caused the explosions in Crimea and Ukrainian defense officials have not taken responsibility for hitting the airbase.

Moscow has downplayed the destructive event and claimed ammunition had accidentally detonated at the airfield, though images released Thursday could suggest it was a missile strike according to a Reuters report. 

Mykhailo Podolyak, an advisor to Zelenskyy, took the opportunity to say the “technical accidents” apparently plaguing Russia’s defenses were “karma.”

“The epidemic of technical accidents at military airfields of Crimea and Belarus should be considered by Russia military as a warning: forget about Ukraine, take off the uniform and leave,” he said in a tweet. “Neither in occupied Crimea nor in occupied Belarus will you feel safe. 

“Karma finds you anywhere,” he added. 

, Military bases in Russia and Belarus were rocked by outbreaks in fire and explosions just days after a fire on Russian airbase in Crimea destroyed nine warplanes.

Fox News, Russia, Belarus military bases rocked by fire, explosions days after Crimea air base hit with missiles, on August 11, 2022 8:36 AM at 8:36 AM

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Military bases in Russia and Belarus were rocked by an outbreak in fires and explosions Thursday, just days after a Russian airbase in Crimea saw explosions that wiped out nine warplanes. 

Russian media reported that a military housing unit was ablaze in a town outside of Moscow early Thursday but did not provide information on how the fire broke out.

The Directorate of the Ministry of Emergency Situations in the Moscow Region reportedly said the fire took more than 35 men to distinguish after they found smoke billowing from under the roof.

“The fire has now been extinguished, there is no information about the victims,” one source told Russian state news agency Tass.

EXPERT CASTS DOUBT ON REPORT THAT UKRAINIAN SPECIAL FORCES BEHIND CRIMEA AIRFIELD ATTACK 

A Belarusian news agency similarly reported that were several explosions early Thursday at the Ziabrauka airfield in Belarus’ southern Gomel region which shares a border with Ukraine and where Belarusian troops have been checked for “combat readiness.”

The Belarus Ministry of Defense said that some military equipment caught fire following a late Wednesday night inspection, reported Kyiv Independent. 

An advisor to Belarusian opposition leader Sviatlana Tsikhanouskaya, took to Twitter to say that at least eight explosions took place near the airbase which is “used by Russian aviation in the war against Ukraine.”

“So far, there is no confirmation if these explosions are connected to any military drills conducted by the Russian and Belarus armies on Belarus territory,” the advisor, Franak Viačorka, added.

The simultaneous fires come just days after explosions rocked a Russian airbase in occupied Crimea, destroying at least nine combat planes.

“In just one day, the occupiers lost ten combat aircraft: nine in Crimea and one more in the direction of Zaporizhzhia,” Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy said in his nightly address Wednesday. “The occupiers also suffer new losses of armored vehicles, warehouses with ammunition, logistics routes.”

BELARUS LAUNCHES MILITARY DRILLS ON BORDER WITH UKRAINE, TESTS TROOP READINESS

“The more losses the occupiers suffer, the sooner we will be able to liberate our land and guarantee Ukraine’s security,” he added.

It remains unclear what caused the explosions in Crimea and Ukrainian defense officials have not taken responsibility for hitting the airbase.

Moscow has downplayed the destructive event and claimed ammunition had accidentally detonated at the airfield, though images released Thursday could suggest it was a missile strike according to a Reuters report. 

Mykhailo Podolyak, an advisor to Zelenskyy, took the opportunity to say the “technical accidents” apparently plaguing Russia’s defenses were “karma.”

“The epidemic of technical accidents at military airfields of Crimea and Belarus should be considered by Russia military as a warning: forget about Ukraine, take off the uniform and leave,” he said in a tweet. “Neither in occupied Crimea nor in occupied Belarus will you feel safe. 

“Karma finds you anywhere,” he added. 

, Military bases in Russia and Belarus were rocked by outbreaks in fire and explosions just days after a fire on Russian airbase in Crimea destroyed nine warplanes.

Sputnik News – World News, Breaking News & Top Storie, Special Forces From Russia, Venezuela, Sudan, Iran Arrive in Belarus for Army Games, on August 11, 2022 6:09 AM at 6:09 AM

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MOSCOW (Sputnik) – Participants of the Polar Star 2022 military competition from Russia, Venezuela, Sudan and Iran arrived in Belarus on a Russian military aircraft, the Russian Defense Ministry said on Thursday., MOSCOW (Sputnik) – Participants of the Polar Star 2022 military competition from Russia, Venezuela, Sudan and Iran arrived in Belarus on a Russian military aircraft, the Russian Defense Ministry said on Thursday.

Sputnik News – World News, Breaking News & Top Storie, Special Forces From Russia, Venezuela, Sudan, Iran Arrive in Belarus for Army Games, on August 11, 2022 6:09 AM at 6:09 AM

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MOSCOW (Sputnik) – Participants of the Polar Star 2022 military competition from Russia, Venezuela, Sudan and Iran arrived in Belarus on a Russian military aircraft, the Russian Defense Ministry said on Thursday., MOSCOW (Sputnik) – Participants of the Polar Star 2022 military competition from Russia, Venezuela, Sudan and Iran arrived in Belarus on a Russian military aircraft, the Russian Defense Ministry said on Thursday.

Sputnik News – World News, Breaking News & Top Storie, Special Forces From Russia, Venezuela, Sudan, Iran Arrive in Belarus for Army Games, on August 11, 2022 6:09 AM at 6:09 AM

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MOSCOW (Sputnik) – Participants of the Polar Star 2022 military competition from Russia, Venezuela, Sudan and Iran arrived in Belarus on a Russian military aircraft, the Russian Defense Ministry said on Thursday., MOSCOW (Sputnik) – Participants of the Polar Star 2022 military competition from Russia, Venezuela, Sudan and Iran arrived in Belarus on a Russian military aircraft, the Russian Defense Ministry said on Thursday.

Sputnik News – World News, Breaking News & Top Storie, Special Forces From Russia, Venezuela, Sudan, Iran Arrive in Belarus for Army Games, on August 11, 2022 6:09 AM at 6:09 AM

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MOSCOW (Sputnik) – Participants of the Polar Star 2022 military competition from Russia, Venezuela, Sudan and Iran arrived in Belarus on a Russian military aircraft, the Russian Defense Ministry said on Thursday., MOSCOW (Sputnik) – Participants of the Polar Star 2022 military competition from Russia, Venezuela, Sudan and Iran arrived in Belarus on a Russian military aircraft, the Russian Defense Ministry said on Thursday.

Sputnik News – World News, Breaking News & Top Storie, Special Forces From Russia, Venezuela, Sudan, Iran Arrive in Belarus for Army Games, on August 11, 2022 6:09 AM at 6:09 AM

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MOSCOW (Sputnik) – Participants of the Polar Star 2022 military competition from Russia, Venezuela, Sudan and Iran arrived in Belarus on a Russian military aircraft, the Russian Defense Ministry said on Thursday., MOSCOW (Sputnik) – Participants of the Polar Star 2022 military competition from Russia, Venezuela, Sudan and Iran arrived in Belarus on a Russian military aircraft, the Russian Defense Ministry said on Thursday.

Sputnik News – World News, Breaking News & Top Storie, Special Forces From Russia, Venezuela, Sudan, Iran Arrive in Belarus for Army Games, on August 11, 2022 6:09 AM at 6:09 AM

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MOSCOW (Sputnik) – Participants of the Polar Star 2022 military competition from Russia, Venezuela, Sudan and Iran arrived in Belarus on a Russian military aircraft, the Russian Defense Ministry said on Thursday., MOSCOW (Sputnik) – Participants of the Polar Star 2022 military competition from Russia, Venezuela, Sudan and Iran arrived in Belarus on a Russian military aircraft, the Russian Defense Ministry said on Thursday.

Sputnik News – World News, Breaking News & Top Storie, Special Forces From Russia, Venezuela, Sudan, Iran Arrive in Belarus for Army Games, on August 11, 2022 6:09 AM at 6:09 AM

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MOSCOW (Sputnik) – Participants of the Polar Star 2022 military competition from Russia, Venezuela, Sudan and Iran arrived in Belarus on a Russian military aircraft, the Russian Defense Ministry said on Thursday., MOSCOW (Sputnik) – Participants of the Polar Star 2022 military competition from Russia, Venezuela, Sudan and Iran arrived in Belarus on a Russian military aircraft, the Russian Defense Ministry said on Thursday.

Sputnik News – World News, Breaking News & Top Storie, Special Forces From Russia, Venezuela, Sudan, Iran Arrive in Belarus for Army Games, on August 11, 2022 6:09 AM at 6:09 AM

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MOSCOW (Sputnik) – Participants of the Polar Star 2022 military competition from Russia, Venezuela, Sudan and Iran arrived in Belarus on a Russian military aircraft, the Russian Defense Ministry said on Thursday., MOSCOW (Sputnik) – Participants of the Polar Star 2022 military competition from Russia, Venezuela, Sudan and Iran arrived in Belarus on a Russian military aircraft, the Russian Defense Ministry said on Thursday.

Хартия’97 :: Новости Беларуси – Белорусские новости – Новости Белоруссии – Республика Беларусь – Минск, AFU Air Force Speaker: Belarusian Partisans Help Ukraine Extremely Well, on August 11, 2022 2:40 AM at 2:40 AM

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Yuriy Ignat has commented on information about explosions at the Ziabrauka military airfield near Homel., Yuriy Ignat has commented on information about explosions at the Ziabrauka military airfield near Homel.

Хартия’97 :: Новости Беларуси – Белорусские новости – Новости Белоруссии – Республика Беларусь – Минск, School Uniforms To Be Marked With Special Labels In Belarus, on August 10, 2022 7:45 AM at 7:45 AM

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The innovation is a joint decision of the Ministry of Education and the Belarusian light industry concern Bellehprom., The innovation is a joint decision of the Ministry of Education and the Belarusian light industry concern Bellehprom.

News | Euronews RSS, Two years after Belarus election, ‘torch of freedom’ still burning, says Tsikhanouskaya, on August 9, 2022 6:52 AM at 6:52 AM

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The 9 August 2020 elections — believed to have been rigged by strongman President Alexander Lukashenko — sparked unprecedented protests, leading to a crackdown against opponents of the regime and tens of thousands of arrests., The 9 August 2020 elections — believed to have been rigged by strongman President Alexander Lukashenko — sparked unprecedented protests, leading to a crackdown against opponents of the regime and tens of thousands of arrests.

News | Euronews RSS, Two years after Belarus election, ‘torch of freedom’ still burning, says Tsikhanouskaya, on August 9, 2022 6:52 AM at 6:52 AM

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The 9 August 2020 elections — believed to have been rigged by strongman President Alexander Lukashenko — sparked unprecedented protests, leading to a crackdown against opponents of the regime and tens of thousands of arrests., The 9 August 2020 elections — believed to have been rigged by strongman President Alexander Lukashenko — sparked unprecedented protests, leading to a crackdown against opponents of the regime and tens of thousands of arrests.