Photo: Crimea

The Daily Mail pointed to Crimea as the Russian region.

The British Daily Mail published an article about the undermining of sea mines during the Second world war in the Crimea. The newspaper called the Peninsula “the Russian”.

“A dramatic incident occurred in the port city of Sevastopol on the Crimean Peninsula, in the South-West of Russia”, – stated in the material of the newspaper.

It is noted that the bomb was discovered at a depth of 17 meters in the Bay of Sevastopol, where it was dropped in 1941. The bomb was towed out to open sea, where experts blew it up.

screenshot corrected information about Crimea

We will remind, earlier in Germany released a tutorial with Ukraine without the Crimea .