Russia's FSB detains Ukrainian saboteurs in Crimea
Russia's Federal Security Service detained a group of Ukrainian saboteurs in Sevastopol on November 9, who it said were planning to attack military sites and vital infrastructure in Crimea.
The FSB said it had confiscated explosive devices and weapons from the group, which it said was made up of intelligence agents from the Ukrainian defense ministry.
"The trial to choose a measure of restraint is due to be held in the first half the day on Thursday in the Leninsky district court in Sevastopol. It will be held behind closed doors," TASS cited the source as saying.
On August 10, Russia’s FSB announced detention of a group of suspected saboteurs and prevention of allegedly planned terrorist attacks on the Crimean Peninsula.