Two Russian soldiers killed and 28 injured after civilians ‘poisoned them with cake’ – World News

The country’s intelligence agency claims Ukrainian civilians bake poisoned cake and offer it to Russian soldiers, as Russia’s invasion enters its fifth week.

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According to the country’s intelligence agency, the Ukrainians killed Russian soldiers by poisoning food and alcohol.

The civilians in Izyum near Kharkiv fought against the Russians, who destroyed large areas of the city with relentless artillery attacks.

Locals baked cakes for the 3rd Russian motorized rifle division, poisoned them, Ukraine’s Defense Intelligence Service claimed.

“As a result, two aggressors were killed at the same time, 28 others were placed in intensive care. Their current condition will be determined,” the organization announced.

More than 500 soldiers from the 3rd Motorcycle Division are hospitalized in a state of “severe alcohol poisoning of unknown origin”.

An image released by Ukrainian intelligence is believed to be of a Russian soldier


Ukrainian Defense Intelligence / Facebook)

Despite their efforts, Ukrainian civilians were unable to stop the Russians from destroying their towns and cities.

The suburbs of Izyum, a city of 50,000 people, were flattened by both indiscriminate shelling and precision attacks.

Schools were destroyed, medical stations were reduced to rubble by shelling and ordinary homes were destroyed by air attacks.

Mykola Shaposhnyk, who lives in a village called Hrushuvakha, told Sky News: “The planes were flying low. They were bombing very slowly, in no hurry, in no hurry.

“He’s erasing the population, maybe to try to get people to leave this place. Destroy Ukraine, that’s for sure.”

“Even my father, who lived through the (second world) war, said the Germans didn’t do this.”

According to Valerii Marchenko, the city’s mayor, about 20,000 people are currently stuck in Izyum.

The invading forces have moved to the east of Ukraine



Izyum was destroyed by Russian attacks



Many are hiding in the air raid shelters, gradually running out of food and medicine.

The decision by the invading forces to abandon their attempt to capture Kyiv and focus on the east of the country was seen as a sign of the strength of the Ukrainian resistance effort.

The grim reality, however, is that the displaced Russians are leaving a painful and devastating ordeal behind them.

The mayor of the liberated town of Bucha said 300 residents had been killed during the month-long occupation by Russian troops, with the victims being seen in a mass grave and still lying on the street.

Reuters journalists saw bodies lying in the streets and limbs of many corpses poking out of a still-open grave on a church property.

Volodymyr Zelensky warns that Russian troops are leaving mines



“The bastards!” Vasily, a 66-year-old man, said he cried with anger when he saw more than a dozen bodies lying on the street outside his house.

“I’m sorry. The tank behind me was shot. The dogs!”

After more than five weeks of fighting, Russia has withdrawn the forces that once threatened Kyiv from the north to regroup for the battles in eastern Ukraine.

“The entire Kyiv region is liberated from the aggressor,” Ukraine’s Deputy Defense Minister Hanna Malyar wrote on Facebook on Saturday.

President Volodymyr Zelenskiy warned in a video address: “They are exploiting this whole territory. Homes are mined, equipment is mined, even the bodies of dead people.”

Ukraine’s emergency services said more than 1,500 explosives were found in a single day during a search for the village of Dmytrivka, west of the capital.

Russia has described the troop withdrawal near Kyiv as a gesture of goodwill in the peace talks. Ukraine and its allies argue that Russia was forced to shift its focus to eastern Ukraine after suffering heavy losses.

Both sides described talks last week in Istanbul and by video link as “difficult”.

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