Russia: Sabotage continues as part of Kursk region railway is blown up

Unidentified people in Russia’s Kursk region have reportedly blown up part of the railway, as reported on Tuesday, August 16.

The damage to the railway track in Russia’s Kursk region, specifically near the 14th kilometre of the Lgov-Lokinskaya line was first reported by a maintenance man.

He relayed the information to his superiors, who had already summoned law enforcement officers to the scene.

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Source: EuroWeekly

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