Weapons for Ukraine caused Turkish port blast rumours

Blast at the Turkish Port of Derince

Russian propogandists have been quick to claim that a recent explosion at a Turkish port was caused by weapons destined for Ukraine

The blast at the Port of Derince on 7 August killed one person and injured at least 12 others.

A few days later, allegations are swirling that the explosion was caused by a shipment of weapons meant for transfer to the Ukrainian Armed Forces.

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