10 Russian soldiers killed after lighting a fire near ammunition while training near Rostov


Ten Russian military personnel were allegedly killed in an explosion at a training ground near Rostov-on-Don, with 15 others injured, Russian publication DonDay claimed on Nov. 30.

The publication did not say if the soldiers were aware of the Darwin Awards, given to those individuals who find the most creatively dumb ways to die.

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The explosion took place in early November at a training ground located 50 kilometers from Rostov-on-Don, according to the publication.

The Investigative Committee of the Russian Federation is currently looking into the incident. The explosion was attributed to a fire that Russian soldiers had built near ammunition, resulting in the detonation of the ammunition, said Russian media.

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Ukraine’s SBU security service carried out an overnight explosion on a key rail route between Russia and China on Nov. 30.

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