Ukraine war latest: Russian submarines retreat from Crimea after drone strike

Ukraine recaptures first village in Luhansk​ More military defeats could ‘finish off Putin’ Russia strikes major nuclear power plant For more analysis of  the war listen to our

podcast Russia has withdrawn submarines from its Black Sea naval headquarters in Crimea, according to the Ministry of Defence. The relocation of the fleet from Sevastopol

comes after a drone strike on the base back in August, in which Ukrainian troops hit the headquarters, as well as a nearby air base. "In the last two months, the fleet

headquarters and its main naval aviation airfield have been attacked", the MoD tweeted. "This is highly likely due to the recent change in the local security threat level in

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tenders for gas supplies to ride out energy crisis Bulgaria's state gas company, Bulgargaz, is launching three tenders for liquefied natural gas on Tuesday to avoid winter

shortages and ensure long-term energy security, said its chief executive, Denitsa Zlateva The Balkan country was almost totally reliant on Russian gas before Moscow cut

deliveries in August and is now struggling to secure sufficient supplies at affordable prices for businesses in the European Union's poorest member state.