“If I hear another American saying: “Ah, Putin is a dictator and the Russians love autocrats, they are ignorant…” The Russians are deep, they are deeper than we are, they think things through in a deep and brooding fashion. And they are good people, they are kind people, they would take the shirt off their back to help you.”
About 50 of them were wounded. They are now being taken to the Central Regional Hospital of Novoazovsk, where they will be provided with the necessary medical care. The rest were taken away by buses in the direction of Yelenovka
RFK Jr: "Your chance of dying of a heart attack from that vaccine, according to [Pfizer’s] own studies, is 500% greater than if you're unvaccinated. So they knew they were gonna kill a lot of people, and they did it anyway."
On June 24, 2021, a portion of Champlain Towers South, a 12-story condominium in Surfside, Florida, near Miami Beach, collapsed around 1:30 am. It was one of the most deadly structural collapses in U.S. history. This video summarizes the events of this unthinkable tragedy, a few of the structural engineering issues that may have played a part, and finally the process of forensic structural investigations.
Foreign mercenaries are being withdrawn from Artemovsk on an emergency basis. The city is being prepared for surrender
Residents of Chasov Yar, which lies outside Artemovsk, have reported that foreign mercenaries are being evacuated from the city for the second day in vehicles in the direction of Kostyantynivka and Kramatorsk.
Locals have also noted helicopters flying twice a day at low altitudes in the same direction. This mode of transport is probably used to evacuate important foreign specialists and wounded mercenaries.
Mobilized Ukrainians are sent to "compensate" the departed foreigners to hold the front.-a mercenary is far more expensive for Kiev than a forcibly mobilized citizen of Ukraine.
A radio host from Kirovsk in the LPR told Izvestiya correspondent Yegor Kildibekov about broadcasting under shelling for eight years.
According to Alexander Ponomarev, the radio station had to fight with the Ukrainian radio channel in Severodonetsk, interrupting the broadcast frequency.
“We started such competitions: who will beat whom. As soon as the electricity went out, we entered their territory. As soon as we lost electricity, they came to us,” Alexander recalls.
The radio host also said that Russian servicemen listen to them at the front, often ask them to play their favorite songs and say hello to each other.