Chilling video shows Russian ‘special peacekeeping’ tank BOMB elderly couple in car

A clip doing the rounds on social media shows a car moving into the frame before halting as a Kremlin tank fires on the vehicle twice


                            Chilling video shows Russian ‘special peacekeeping’ tank BOMB elderly couple in car
An elderly civilian couple was killed inside the car in the unprovoked attack (@TadeuszGiczan/Twitter)
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A chilling video has captured the moment when a Russian ‘special peacekeeping’ tank blew up a car in a completely unprovoked attack. An elderly civilian couple was killed inside the car in the attack. A clip doing the rounds on social media shows a car moving into the frame before halting as a Kremlin tank fires on the vehicle twice, blowing it into pieces.

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NATO has claimed that Moscow could possibly be targeting civilians trying to flee Ukraine as part of Putin's reign of terror. On Tuesday, March 8, a convoy of buses packed with people fleeing the war was struck, with 21 people, including two children, losing their lives, Ukrainian authorities said. Thousands of people, including civilians and soldiers, are thought to have been killed. 

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Russian troops have been mercilessly killing civilians. Over 300 civilians have already been killed in Ukraine, the country's health ministry has said. Over 1,000 people, including more than 100 children, have been wounded. Authorities have reportedly been handing out weapons to anyone who wishes to defend the city.

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A Ukrainian mother was gunned down by Russian troops along with her two children in a Kyiv suburb on Sunday, March 6, as they were fleeing Irpin. Tatiana Perebeinis, an IT worker, had not fled sooner as she was caring for her ailing mother. Perebeinis, 43, and her two children, Alise, 9, and Nikita, 18, were killed alongside a man they were traveling with when Russian forces indiscriminately fired at them. The family also lost one of their dogs, while the other was found alive at local shelter with an amputated leg. Perebeinis and her two kids are survived by her husband, identified as Sergey Perebeinis.

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In another instance, a Ukrainian woman was gunned down just outside Kyiv while she was on her way back from a dog shelter where she went to deliver food. According to Anastasiia Yalanskaya’s family and friends, Russian troops may have deliberately targeted her vehicle at close-range. Riddled with bullets, Yalanskaya’s car was found near the house of a man she was volunteering with.

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A Ukrainian cop's family, including his six-year-old daughter and his newborn baby, were shot dead by Russian troops as the cop's brother heard it all on a phone call. The 30-year-old policeman, Oleg Fedko, was working in the Kherson region when his partner and his parents picked up his kids to ensure they were safe. The brothers' 56-year-old parents, and the cop's partner Irina, 27, were killed. Their two kids, baby Ivan and six-year-old Sofia, were also slaughtered. 

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Polina, a Ukrainian schoolgirl was gunned down by Russian saboteurs in her family car alongside her parents, local reports have claimed. Polina was a 4th-grade girl from Kyiv and was with her family and two siblings in their car when it came under fire from a Russian sabotage and reconnaissance group. 

Meanwhile, in a major blow to Russia, Ukrainian defense forces have reportedly killed Russian Maj Gen Andrei Sukhovetsky earlier this week in combat. The Kremlin-backed Pravda has confirmed that Sukhovetsky was killed "during a special operation in Ukraine". Talking about his death, former CIA officer and station chief Dan Hoffman said, "If it’s true, it’s big."

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