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Drone attack in Russia’s Kursk region: administrative buildings damaged

Drone drops explosives on Rylsk in Russia’s Kursk region, damaging two administrative buildings.

Governor of Russia’s Kursk region, Roman Starovoit, stated that on the evening of August 4, a drone dropped explosives on the town of Rylsk, damaging two administrative buildings.

According to Starovoit’s statement on Telegram, he said, “Explosive devices were dropped on Rylsk from a Ukrainian drone. Windows in two administrative buildings were damaged, and the glass in the Pokrovsky Church was shattered.” No casualties were reported as a result of the drone attack, according to Starovoit.

Besides, on August 4, reports emerged of a Ukrainian naval drone launching an attack on the port of Novorossiysk, striking the “Olenegorskiy Gornyak,” a significant landing ship belonging to the Russian fleet. Later in the evening, in the Kerch Strait, a maritime drone attack reportedly caused damage to the sanctioned Russian chemical tanker “SIG,” which was transporting chemicals at the time.

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