11 Russian Soldiers Killed As Gunmen Open Fire At Military Training Camp In Belgorod

Two men reportedly opened fire at a Russian military camp in the Belgorod region, close to the border with Ukraine. The Russian defence ministry said 11 soldiers were killed and a further 15 injured. Other sources are claiming that it was mobilised Russians that opened fire on their own soldiers.

The shooting took place this evening at a military camp in the Belgorod region
The shooting took place this evening at a military camp in the Belgorod region

Russia has said that two gunmen from an unnamed former Soviet nation opened fire on soldiers during training, the Kremlin claims that both of the attackers were killed by return fire.


The Russian defence ministry called the incident a "terrorist attack."



There are conflicting reports about what actually occurred at the training camp, with other sources claiming that it was Russian mobilised troops that opened fire on their own soldiers. This attack comes hours after the defence ministry in Belarus announced that Russian troops had started arriving in the country as part of a regional grouping.


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