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BREAKING NEWS: ODESSA, UKRAINE UNDER MISSILE ATTACK FROM RUSSIAN NAVAL SHIPS

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Odessa, a city in Southern Ukraine, is facing a harrowing situation as it comes under a missile attack from Russian naval ships stationed off the coast of Crimea. Launches of P-800 “Oniks” Anti-Ship Cruise Missiles have been reported, posing a significant threat to the safety and security of the region.

Ukrainian sources have confirmed that the Ukrainian Armed Forces are facing considerable challenges in intercepting these highly sophisticated missiles. As the missiles are hurtling towards Odessa, the city finds itself in a state of emergency with limited options to defend against such an intense and relentless onslaught.

A series of large explosions have been heard in the Odesa region, causing panic and fear among the residents. The explosions have struck near the city center, causing significant tremors that were strongly felt even in underground shelters. The situation has escalated rapidly, leaving civilians in a state of shock and uncertainty.

Footage emerging from the Russian-occupied Crimea, specifically the city of Sevastopol, reveals the alarming reality of missile launches from naval ships. The footage captured the firing of 3M54-1 “KALIBR” and P-800 “ONIKS” Cruise Missiles, underscoring the magnitude of the threat posed by the Russian naval forces in the Black Sea region.

The situation is rapidly evolving, and authorities in Ukraine are actively monitoring the developments. The safety and security of the residents of Odessa are of utmost concern, and emergency response teams are working tirelessly to ensure the protection of civilians in the affected areas.

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URGENT: AIR RAID ALERT ISSUED FOR ODESA AND MYKOLAIV REGIONS IN SOUTHERN UKRAINE
An alarming air raid alert has been issued for the Odesa and Mykolaiv regions in Southern Ukraine as the situation escalates in the Black Sea. Reports indicate that at least four Russian Tu-22M3 Heavy Bombers, potentially armed with Kh-22 Anti-Ship Missiles, are currently heading towards their “Launch Zones” over the Black Sea. Additionally, there are concerns about possible launches of 3M54-1 “KALIBR” and P-800 “ONIKS” Cruise Missiles from Russian Naval Ships operating in the area.

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