Russia is shifting its focus from 'energy facilities towards law enforcement institutions' according to Ukrainian cyber defense chief, amid war crime probes

The Ukrainian military intelligence head claimed on Saturday to have killed Russian generals in a missile attack on Moscow's Navy HQ in Crimea, while Ukraine's cyber defense chief warned of Russia’s attempts to hack into war crime investigations conducted by Kyiv, during an interview with Reuters.

Ukraine’s military intelligence chief Kyrylo Budanov said a missile struck on the headquarters of Russia's Black Sea fleet in Crimea killed "at least nine people," including generals, while speaking to Voice of America.

The Russian-installed regional governor Mikhail Razvozhayev had also warned of a possible new Ukrainian missile attack on Saturday. But shortly afterwards he said the "danger is over,” and "fragments" of a missile had fallen outside the city.... Read More: i24