This is coolbert:
More explosions of a mysterious nature Russia.
Ukrainian saboteurs? Culprits if they exist their indenties unknown?
From the Internet online version of "Newsweek" the article BY THOMAS KIKA ON 5/2/22.
"The FKP Perm Powder Plant, which produces gunpowder and is located in the city of Perm, reportedly endured an explosion at approximately 8 p.m. local time, according to local authorities. The resulting fire eventually killed two workers and injured others. The incident has so far been pinned on 'a product' that 'caught fire.'"
A product! Caught fire! All by itself! Get it?
"Amid the country's ongoing military conflict in Ukraine, an ammunition plant near the Ural Mountains in Russia suffered a massive explosion which resulted in fatalities."
Think also in context the Russian Second Central Research Institute that most recently caught fire with many deaths.
All one big coincidence, isn't it? Ukrainian "dark forces" at work? If so the Ukrainian is not saying.