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Russian experts find a depot full of explosives left behind by terrorists in East Aleppo
Russian experts find a depot full of explosives left behind by terrorists in East Aleppo
Russian bomb removal experts operating in Aleppo city uncovered a depot containing home-made bombs in the eastern neighborhoods of the city.

A Russian military source said the Russian experts were able, through their equipment and sniffer dogs, to find a warehouse of home-made bombs left behind by the terrorist organization before their withdrawal from East Aleppo, adding that the explosives and bombs in the warehouse are enough to blow up an entire neighborhood.

The source said the terrorists had booby trapped the warehouse within a network to detonate it whenever necessary before their withdrawal, adding that the Russian experts defused the bombing network before they moved the bombs and explosive devices out of the residential neighborhoods where they destroyed them.
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