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Explosions rock Moldova after Russia suggests it could be its next target in Europe

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Explosions hit Transnistria’s security ministry, a radio tower and a military unit, causing damage but no reported injuries. Moldovan President Maia Sandu condemned the explosions as an attempt to escalate tensions. She attributed the explosions to “internal differences between various groups in Transnistsria that have an interest in destabilising the situation.
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The Independent

Moldova raises terror threat level after blasts in pro-Russian Transnistria region

The Kremlin says it is concerned by the explosions in the unrecognised Moscow-backed region

4 months ago·London, United Kingdom
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New York Times

Explosions hit Transnistria, a Russian-allied region of Moldova, amid fears of a new front in the war.

No injuries were reported in the area that has a large ethnic Russian population.

4 months ago·New York, United States
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Channel News Asia

Explosions hit radio tower in Russia-backed Transnistria

The interior ministry of Transnistria, a separatist Russia-backed territory in ex-Soviet Moldova, said on Tuesday (Apr 26) that two explosions targeted a radio centre near the border with Ukraine.

4 months ago·Singapore
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TASS [🇷🇺-affiliated]

Moldovan president to conduct Security Council meeting over situation in Transnistria

Earlier, two radio antennas were blown up in the Mayak settlement in Transnistria

4 months ago·Moscow, Russian Federation
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Newsweek

Moldova explosions as Transnistria communication towers blown up

Last week, a Russian commander said that the breakaway republic could be a focus for Moscow's war in Ukraine.

4 months ago·United States
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Business Insider

Moldova warns of effort to create 'pretexts' for conflict after explosions in pro-Russia separatist region Transnistria

In a statement, Moldovan authorities expressed concern about a reported explosion on the "so-called security structures" in Tiraspol.

4 months ago·United States
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