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The Russian helicopter burst into flames after being hit by a Ukrainian missile in an area just inside Donetsk region on the Zaporizhia border

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Russian attack helicopter shot down by Ukrainian forces

This is the moment a low-flying Russian helicopter bursts into flames after being hit by a Ukrainian missile.

It fell on a field after the direct hit, which is believed to have taken place in Donetsk.

The aircraft is reportedly a Mi-35M attack helicopter that was attacked by a man-portable air defense system after flying very close to the ground.

Dramatic drone footage captures the moment the plane comes under fire from enemy troops.

A short clip was widely circulated on social media, but there were no details on when the missile struck or how many people were killed.







The low-flying Russian helicopter blown up by a Ukrainian missile
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The helicopter suddenly burst into flames after apparently being hit in the engine exhaust area.

The video was located in an area just inside the Donetsk region, on the border with Zaporizhia.

In the messaging app Telegram, the Azov SSO said: “Original footage of the Russian Mi-24 helicopter in the Zaporizhia region.

“Aimed shot of a missile from the Stinger MANPADS was fired by an SSO Avoz fighter under the pseudonym Betsyk.







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“The occupier’s burning helicopter landed ‘unplanned’ in the middle of the Ukrainian field.

“Now it’s his permanent abode.”

It is the latest direct hit reported by Ukraine as the deadly war rages on.

A Russian tugboat delivering soldiers and weapons to Snake Island was hit by Ukrainian missiles, believed to have killed 10 people.







It then crashes into a field, creating a giant fireball
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Kyiv claims it hit the naval vessel in the Black Sea with two Harpoon missiles.

It is the first time that Ukrainian forces have reportedly hit a Russian ship with the missiles supplied by the West.

Ukrainian sources later claimed that ten sailors on the tugboat were presumed dead and 23 wounded. The crew number was given as 33. Russia has not commented on claims that the ship was hit.

The ship Vasyl Bekh was attacked at 4 a.m. while transporting soldiers, weapons and ammunition to the island.







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Ukraine’s Armed Forces Strategic Communications Directorate published the information on the Telegram app along with a video showing an apparent airstrike.

In February, on Snake Island, Ukrainian border guard Roman Hrybov radioed “Russian warship, fuck off!” to the menacing missile cruiser Moskva, later sunk by the Ukrainians.

The latest strike comes amid claims that Russia’s Vladimir Putin’s refusal to criticize his tactics in the war mirrors the demise of his wartime ally Adolf Hitler.

Professor Angus Dalgleish of St George’s University of London told The Mirror that this was typical of a mad dictator and he believes “Hitler’s final days were incredibly similar”.

He continues: “It’s the rejection of criticism and most of all the feeling that you’re right and everyone else is completely wrong.

“Had Hitler listened to the advice of his generals and advisors, he would not have made so many terrible mistakes that resulted in the loss of the war.”

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