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Multiple people injured following car bomb explosion in Melitopol Ukraine

MULTIPLE people have been injured as a result of a car bomb explosion in Ukraine’s Melitopol on Tuesday, October 25.

The car bomb exploded near the office of the ZATV television company in Melitopol, Zaporizhzhya Region, according to initial reports.

Videos have emerged online following the incident which left multiple people injured.

A source told Russian news outlet RIA: “A car exploded near the TV company’s building.”

Vladimir Rogov, chairman of the We Together with Russia movement and member of the Zaporizhzhya Region administration’s main council, told the news outlet: “According to the information available at the moment, an improvised explosive device went off.”

Aleksandr Malkevich, a member of the Public Chamber, announced that five people – employees of the ZaMedia holding company and other civilians – were injured in the attack.

Multiple videos have emerged on Twitter showing the aftermath of the blast.

The news of the car bomb explosion follows the assassination attempt on Olena Shapurova back in September.

On Thursday, September 29, a car bomb assassination attempt was made on Russian collaborator Olena Shapurova in Melitopol, Ukraine.

Speaking at the time, Ivan Fedorov, the Mayor of Melitopol reported that “the car of the local top collaborator Olena Shapurova caught fire.”

He added: “The person, who in civilian life became famous for numerous corruption schemes in college, found her “calling”: she headed the occupation “department of education” and in every possible way helped the occupiers to impose the racist regime of “education”.”


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    • Ronald Baumann

      26 October 2022 • 11:36

      Security agencies are alarmed. In the middle of the FSB headquarters, a suicide bomber blew himself up. But even the call for increased vigilance has not been able to prevent the first suicide attack on the FSB. Miraculously, no one was killed except the assassin. His letter of confession was backdated from 12/12/2010. But it was not officially confirmed until today that the suicide bomber was the sender of the texts. They were spoken in Kyrgyz. The assassin was immediately dead after the explosion of a pipe bomb on his body in the city center shortly before 17 o’clock. In the spoken text, the man reported that he had been trained for jihad during a stay in the Middle East. “We will have to maintain the high level of security measures over All Saints’ Day until the New Year. The terror alert level remains at “significant,” which means that an attack in Moscow is “very likely,” Colonel Putin said.

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    • Ronald Baumann

      29 October 2022 • 13:40

      In the long run, the terror alert sees only one way to buy off Putin’s tail: to upgrade, to close the missile gap, back to the logic of deterrence. Instructions for action were given on the orders of Colonel Putin. The rule of law offers a great opportunity for the introduction of a democracy and helps the opposition to gain more support

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