This week, a key military supply bridge connecting illegally annexed Crimea to Russia saw one of its sections blown up. Russia says two drones hit the bridge in the early hours of Monday, killing two people and wounding one.
In the meantime, border guards in Libya rescued a group of migrants who said they were left in the remote desert area by authorities in neighbouring Tunisia. Following a fight between Tunisian residents and sub-Saharan Africans in July, hundreds of migrants were expelled from Sfax, the country’s second-largest city and the main starting point for illegal migration to Europe.
Another rescue took place, this time at sea: Tim Shaddock, an Australian sailor, was rescued with his dog
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