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Ukraine war latest: Huge explosion reported in Russian city – as Putin ‘sacks four defence


Ukrainian police officers, from a unit known as “white angels”, have rescued six people from two villages today.

The country’s national police force said four civilians were evacuated from Vozdvizhenka, near Bakhmut, and two were rescued from Vovche, in Lviv. 

“The front approached these villages almost at close range. The enemy is shooting at the houses,” it said in a statement. 

“While the evacuation continued, the Russians covered the surroundings with fire, so the crew overcame especially dangerous sections of the road at maximum speed.” 

It said the people evacuated from Vozdvizhenka were a family who had found “three shells were fired at their garden” overnight. 

“The policemen helped the man and three women to leave, the oldest of whom is 75 years old and has limited mobility,” it added. 

“There was also room in the armoured car for all domestic animals – chickens, ducks and rabbits.”

In Vovche, it said a man and a woman called for help after a Russian bomb hit their house.

It said some residents remain in both villages, and urged them to evacuate.



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