Foreign sabotage plot ruled out:
Ukraine’s chief military prosecutor on Thursday ruled out a foreign sabotage plot in a massive fire at an ammunition depot that forced the evacuation of thousands of people.
The fire at the warehouse at a military base in Ukraine’s central Vinnytsia region began late Tuesday, setting off a series of explosions and prompting the evacuation of 30,000 people. Electricity and gas supplies were cut off in the area, and trains were severely delayed across the country. The fire was still blazing Thursday.
Local media reported that about 188,000 tons of munitions were kept at the depot in the town of Kalynivka, 190 kms (120 miles) southwest of the capital, Kiev, including rockets for the Grad multiple grenade launchers.