Explosions rip through Luhansk in eastern Ukraine

Two new blasts have been heard in eastern Ukraine just hours after pro-Russian separatists announced the evacuation of 700,000 civilians from the region and then an alleged ‘car bomb’ exploded in the suspected start of Vladimir Putin’s false flag operation.    

The explosions, which have been ‘linked to a gas pipeline’, were heard in the Russian separatist city of Luhansk in eastern Ukraine, one of the main cities in Ukraine’s breakaway region of People’s Republic of Luhansk, according to reports. 

The latest blasts comes just hours after an explosion, which was claimed to be a failed car bomb assassination attempt of a top Russian separatist official, rocked separatist capital Donetsk.


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