Russian Soldiers Opened Fire at Rally in Kherson

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Warsaw: Ukrainian Foreign Minister Dimitro Kuleba posted a video on Twitter. He accused the protesters of firing indiscriminately at the city of Kherson.




Today is the 27th day of the Russia-Ukraine war. For almost a month, the powerful Russia has not been able to take control of Kiev. Russia is targeting various cities in Ukraine. Ordinary citizens are being hit hard. Cities in Ukraine are being attacked with bombs and missiles. Meanwhile, Ukrainian leaders have accused Russian forces of firing indiscriminately on unarmed protesters in the southern Ukrainian city of Kherson. A video of the incident has also surfaced. The video shows civilians rushing to save their lives during the attack.



Ukraine's Foreign Minister Dimitro Kuleba has posted a video on Twitter. "Russian troops opened fire on protesters in Kherson. The protesters were protesting against the occupation of the southern city of Moscow, "Kuleba claimed in the video.

Russia is facing strong opposition from Ukrainian citizens. In another video, locals gathered in front of the Russian army in the Kherson area, shouting slogans. In the video, the Russian army, frightened by the oncoming crowd, is seen pushing back its vehicles.


Shopping center shooting:

Meanwhile, Russian troops opened fire on a shopping center in the Ukrainian capital, Kiev. At least eight people were killed in the shooting. In Odessa, Ukrainian officials have accused Russian forces of attacking residential buildings.


Russian army indiscriminate firing on unarmed protesters in Kherson (these scenes may distract you)

Ukraine refuses to surrender

Ukraine has rejected calls for Russian troops to surrender in the Mariupol area. 'Ukraine will never bow to Russia. "Cities like Kiev, Mariupol or Kharkiv will never accept Russian occupation," said Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky.



Pentagon's focus on war crimes:

The Pentagon has been monitoring the situation in Ukraine since the Russian invasion. The Pentagon on Monday accused Russian forces of committing war crimes in Ukraine. "We see clear evidence that the Russian military is committing war crimes. We're trying to gather evidence, "said John Kirby, a Pentagon spokesman.



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