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‘Courageous’ elderly couple confronts armed Russian soldiers entering Ukraine home – World News

The moment of tension between the Ukrainian couple and Russian soldiers is understood to have occurred in Mykolayiv Oblast, about 80 miles east of Odessa in southern Ukraine.

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Old Ukrainian couple shouting at Russian soldiers until they leave

A Ukrainian couple confronts armed Russian soldiers after they broke into their property.

The US Embassy in Kyiv shared a clip of the tense meeting yesterday and it went viral.

Footage shows the three soldiers walking towards the Ukrainian couple’s controlled driveway before attempting to rape.

Finally, the Russian soldiers managed to open the gate and entered the compound with their weapons drawn.

Dogs barking can be heard in the background and then an elderly couple appears to confront the armed men. Screams were heard before one of the soldiers opened fire.







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A fourth soldier then entered their property as the pair continued to scream, demanding they leave. The last soldiers were seen turning around and leaving.

The pair were then seen walking towards the gate before closing it behind.

It is understood that this happened in Mykolayiv Oblast, about 80 miles east of Odessa in southern Ukraine.

The US Embassy Kyiv shared the footage along with the caption: “Today, we salute this elderly couple who stood up against three Russian soldiers.”

The tweet has received more than 7,500 likes since it was shared, along with more than 1,430 retweets.

One replied “Wonderful, well done” and another said “So brave!”.

Another social media user wrote: “I’ve never seen anything like it!

This came as Ukraine accused Russian forces of kidnapping Melitopol mayor Ivan Federov as they entered a “new phase of terrorism”.







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President Zelensky warned that Putin has moved to the next stage of his attack by kidnapping the mayor of the southeastern city of the country.

The adviser to the Ukrainian Interior Ministry, Anton Heraschenko, announced that 10 soldiers surrounded the Melitopol crisis center on Thursday, March 10, before wrapping a bag over Mr. Federov’s head.

Ukrainian officials have now shared CCTV footage that they claim shows the moment their colleague was kidnapped by Putin’s men.

The clip follows the moment a group of masked men lead another man from the building. But Moscow has not yet commented on the kidnapping claims.

In a speech on Friday, March 11, Ukrainian President Zelensky described his colleague as “a brave mayor who defends Ukraine and members of his community”.

It comes as the sounds of war continue to tear through Ukraine into the night with Russian troops moving closer to the Ukrainian capital, Kyiv.







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Earlier today, the UK Government was condemned by French president Emmanuel Macron for getting tired of living up to its “big statement” about helping Ukrainian refugees.

Speaking at the conclusion of an EU summit in Versailles on Friday, Mr Macron is said to have criticized Britain’s visa policy, which requires applicants to meet in person in Brussels or Paris.

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