Ukrainian Neptune missile reportedly strikes Admiral Makarov Russian frigate

The attack hasn't been confirmed, but there's video of the blaze on social media

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      A second Russian ship in the Black Sea could be another casualty of the country's unprovoked war of aggression on Ukraine.

      Today, Ukrainian sources are saying that one of the country's Neptune missiles struck the Admiral Makarov, which is a Grigorovich-class frigate that has been operating in the Black Sea.

      The Independent has reported that the vessel was near Snake Island when it was hit.

      On April 15, the pride of the Russian fleet, the Moskva, was sunk in the Black Sea after another missile attack.