Russian Troops Storm Ukraine Air Base In Crimea?

Update, and this time from Reuters:  

  •  Heavily armed Russian soldiers without insignia seen in Perevalnoye on March 4, 2014. Yuri Kozyrev—NOOR for TIME

    Heavily armed Russian soldiers without insignia seen in Perevalnoye on March 4, 2014. Yuri Kozyrev—NOOR for TIME

    ARMED MEN ENTER UKRAINIAN MILITARY POST IN CRIMEA AND TAKE CONTROL, NO SHOTS FIRED – REUTERS REPORTER ON THE SCENE

  • UKRAINIANS AND FORCES THOUGHT TO BE RUSSIANS HOLD NEGOTIATIONS AFTER MILITARY POST TAKEN, NO ARMS SEIZED – REUTERS REPORTER

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More lies, propaganda, or for once, the truth? Just out from Time’s Simon Shuster:

Then again, considering the source is disinformation central Ukraine Pravda, take it with a huge grain of salt.More from Ukraine’s version of Interfax:

Russian military assault Ukrainian military unit in Sevastopol

In Sevastopol, the Russian soldiers stormed the Ukrainian military unit A2355 , said the agency ” Interfax- Ukraine ” duty of the assistant .

He said the Russian military army “KAMAZ” struck the gate of a military unit , captured near building and break out to the command post .

Part of the territory located about 100 Ukrainian military strength is unknown assailants .

Military unit – 2355 located in Sevastopol Yuharyniy beam.

As reported , March 5, Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu said that the Russian troops in the Crimea there.

Via – ZeroHedge

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