Russia Ukraine War: Over 100 Ukrainian And 50 Russian Troops Killed, 6 Russian Jets Gunned Down

Russia Ukraine War
Russia Ukraine War: Russia has declared all-out war on Ukraine, launching simultaneous ground and air attacks from the south, east, and north.

After Russia’s President, Vladimir Putin gave the order to attack Ukraine, missiles and bombs rained down from the skies, tanks rolled across the border, troops parachuted down on eastern regions, and explosions erupted across the country.

Russia Ukraine War
Russia Ukraine War: After Russian President Vladimir Putin ordered a military campaign in eastern Ukraine, smoke rises from the property of the Ukrainian Defence Ministry’s unit in Kyiv, according to Reuters.
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Hundreds of Ukrainian forces were killed in the early confrontations, according to officials, when the fight came at them from all sides at once. Official numbers placed the dead toll at 40, with ‘dozens’ of people injured. From east to west, cruise missiles, guided bombs, and GRAD rockets targeted airfields, military bases, ammo dumps, and command posts, including the capital.

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Ukraine reported that six Russian jets were blasted out of the sky over the eastern Donbass region, killing 50 Russian troops, before Moscow boasted of regaining control of the skies. Heavy artillery, tanks, and troops from Russia and Belarus attacked Ukrainian border guards, according to Ukrainian border guards, while Belarusian tyrant Alexander Lukashenko pulled his forces into the war – though he denied taking part.

In the east of Ukraine, Luhansk, Sumy, and Chernihiv were all attacked, while tanks clashed on the outskirts of Kharkiv after paratroopers descended. Blasts were also observed in the west, near the Polish border at Zhytomyr and Lviv.

Aerial footage from Ivano-Frankivsk airport revealed what seemed to be a Kalibur cruise missile hitting into the airfield.

Civilian casualties was also reported from a Kharkiv residential tower, including a little boy.

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