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More bloody-faced 'collaborators' are paraded with eyes covered and hands tied in Kherson

Other men arrested in Kherson for allegedly collaborating with Russian forces

Ukrainians suspected of collaborating with Russia continued to be arrested and confronted with residents of Kherson.

Footage appears to show aides being dropped against a wall and displayed for residents with their hands tied and their eyes taped over.

The men were reportedly arrested for allegedly collaborating and working with Russian forces after they entered the southern city earlier this year.

Footage appears to show some of the alleged collaborators with bloodied faces as their heads stare down at the ground.

Other men arrested in Kherson for allegedly collaborating with Russian forces

Other men arrested in Kherson for allegedly collaborating with Russian forces

The men pictured were reportedly detained and arrested for allegedly working with Russian forces

The men pictured were reportedly detained and arrested for allegedly working with Russian forces

Footage appears to show some of the alleged collaborators with bloodied faces, pictured in Kherson

Footage appears to show some of the alleged collaborators with bloodied faces, pictured in Kherson

Footage appears to show aides being dropped against a wall and displayed for residents with their hands tied and their eyes taped over

Footage appears to show aides being dropped against a wall and displayed for residents with their hands tied and their eyes taped over

The individuals also appear to have been tagged with words written on tape covering their eyes.

Many of those who collaborated with the Russians after they occupied Kherson at the start of the war in March have fled the city in recent weeks.

But these men were held in Kherson awaiting their fate.

It is understood they have now been taken to Mykolaiv, northwest of Kherson, to face trial following Russia’s withdrawal from the region.

This follows the fact that two alleged collaborators were also confronted by residents of Kherson earlier this week.

They were gathered after Ukrainian troops invaded the city after the Russian evacuation.

Although there was jubilation over the liberation, there are fears that some Russians may still be present in and around the city.

Intelligence officials said they might be dressed in civilian clothes to avoid capture.

Ukrainians face enormous havoc and traps left by the Russians.

The alleged collaborators were detained in Kherson awaiting their fate

The alleged collaborators were detained in Kherson awaiting their fate

Many of those who collaborated with the Russians after they occupied Kherson at the start of the war in March have fled the city in recent weeks.

Many of those who collaborated with the Russians after they occupied Kherson at the start of the war in March have fled the city in recent weeks.

On Sunday, two alleged collaborators confront residents of the recently liberated city of Kherson

On Sunday, two alleged collaborators confront residents of the recently liberated city of Kherson

Ukrainian troops received a rousing welcome from locals as they entered Kherson, but the true toll of eight months of occupation has begun to emerge

Ukrainian troops received a rousing welcome from locals as they entered Kherson, but the true toll of eight months of occupation has begun to emerge

About 2,000 explosives, including mines, tripwires and unexploded ordnance, have already been cleared by ten bomb disposal groups in the liberated city.

It happened when British Defense Secretary Ben Wallace warned: “Russia is far from giving up.”

He said Moscow would be “worried” and “disappointed” by the loss of Kherson, but added it was important not to “underestimate” the Russians.

“History will remind you that Russia can be brutal to its own people,” Wallace said. “If they need more cannon fodder, that’s what they’ll do.”

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky said on Sunday that investigators had uncovered more than 400 Russian war crimes and found the bodies of servicemen and civilians in the Kherson region.

Although there was jubilation in Kherson yesterday over the liberation, there are fears that some Russian forces may still be present in and around the city.

Although there was jubilation in Kherson yesterday over the liberation, there are fears that some Russian forces may still be present in and around the city.

Soviet-style rifle lessons return to schools

Russia is bringing Soviet-era military training back to schools in the face of huge troop losses in Ukraine.

Children will learn how to handle and fire Kalashnikovs, as well as learn first aid and react to chemical and nuclear attacks.

Officials are believed to be reviving a communist agenda in response to repeated defeats in Ukraine.

Vladimir Putin recruited conscripts for his illegal invasion, but poorly trained troops failed to turn the tide for Moscow.

Russia plans to start the training program in September next year, the Defense Ministry revealed, adding that Moscow had said no less than 140 hours per academic year should be spent on it.

The Department of Defense said the plan is likely designed to “prepare students for military skills as the age of conscription approaches and to increase participation in mobilization and conscription campaigns.”

Russia attempted to revive training after the 2014 invasion of Crimea, but this had little effect on the quality of conscripts.

He said the occupants had “destroyed all essential infrastructure – communication, water supply, heating, electricity”.

Satellite images also show extensive damage to the nearby Nova Kakhovka dam amid fears over its structural integrity.

Mr. Zelensky swore: “We will restore everything, believe me, even if it takes time.”

Ukrainian troops received an enthusiastic welcome from locals when they entered Kherson, but the true toll of eight months of occupation has begun to emerge.

Residents said they had been without water and electricity for days and officials warned it was a “humanitarian disaster”.

The Russians even stole llamas, a raccoon and wolves from a zoo.

Ukrainian police have warned refugees not to return to the town until it is safe after an officer was injured while clearing an administrative building on Saturday.

Police have set up checkpoints and a curfew is in place from 5 p.m. to 8 a.m. to prevent anyone from entering or leaving.

Kyiv claimed to have hit a building occupied by 500 Russian troops in a high-precision strike near the village of Dnipriany, about 30 miles east of Kherson. Ukrainian officials said the blast killed two truckloads of Russian soldiers.

While the liberation of the only regional capital captured by Russia marks a huge strategic victory for Ukraine, there is still a long way to go.

Now that Russian troops have retreated to the relative safety of the eastern bank of the Dnipro River, it allows them to throw more men into their offensive in Donbass, further north.

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