Ukrainian commandos have got Russian villain Vladimir Putin running scared after revealing their new long-distance Kamikaze drones capable of infiltrating the motherland and causing chaos.
Last week (June 22), plucky Ukrainian defenders attached a warhead to a small drone and flew it into an oil refinery in the Russian city of Rostov.
The resultant explosion caused a large fire that burned at insane temperatures for hours.
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The drones used in this new form of warfare have more range than the typical wares supplied to Ukraine by the US and seem to be more effective.
The new Kamikaze drones can fly for hundreds of miles with no operator and are so small they are able to bypass Russian air defences.
In fact, due to their inbuilt GPS systems, all the Ukrainians need to do is set the target and let them go.
It's thought that the drones will be capable of causing millions of pounds worth of damage across the Russian border at roughly $10,000 (£8000) a pop!
Of course, the drones will likely be no more than an annoyance for Russia as Ukraine does not have the military capacity to keep the devastation Russia had done on the front line.
However, if Ukraine decided to start building the drones up, they could be very effective in hindering any Russian infrastructure on the front line – further frustrating Putin's pathetic invasion.
Despite the success of the drone strike, the Ukrainians remain bombarded by Russian fire.
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Today (July 1), a Russian missile struck a multi-story apartment building in the Odesa region of Ukraine, killing at least 14 people and injuring at least 30.
A sports centre was also hit in the Belgorod-Dniester region with the missiles fired by Russian aircraft coming from the direction of the Black Sea.
Emergency services rushed to the nine floor apartment block which was on fire and attempts were made to rescue people from the flames.
"The number of dead as a result of a strike on a multi-story apartment building has now risen to 10," Serhiy Bratchuk, spokesman for the Odesa regional administration said on his Telegram channel.
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