A group of Ukrainians are being hailed for their bravery as a video emerged showing them confronting armed Russian soldiers to "go home".
The footage, posted on TikTok, sees dozens of civilians walking up to the street, waving the blue and yellow Ukrainian flag as they march towards Vladimir Putin's troop in the city of Melitopol, south of the country.
They sing the Ukrainian national anthem and shout "go home"; some yell "glory to Ukraine" and "death to the enemy".
Some Russian soldiers are seen firing automatic rifles above the people's heads in a desperate bid to disperse the crowd but they are forced to retreat.
The furious locals also marched to the roads, stopping an armoured vehicle by attempting to push it back.
In another video, a Russian grandpa living in Melitopol told off the Russian troops as he expressed his disgust of their behaviour.
He yelled at them: "What the f*** are you doing here? I am Russian too but I live in this state."
Andrei Illarionov, ex-advisor to Russian President Vladimir Putin has revealed the 'only way' the 'calculated' leader can be stopped in his war on Ukraine.
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He believed that the Russian leader can only be defeated with "resistance" as already demonstrated by Ukraine.
The former aide also described Putin as being "concentrated", "calculated", and "persistent".
But other world leaders have begun to question Putin's mental state as they described his actions in the outbreak of the Russia-Ukraine war as "erratic".
Intelligence reports from the Pentagon suggested Putin is "dying in agony from terminal bowel cancer".
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His "puffy" face is believed to be a sign that he is taking chemotherapy drugs or steroids.
The source said: “In the past we have seen him smile, but in 2022 there are few pictures of him looking happy.
"His look suggests he is in pain and our people suggest his angry look is most likely as a result of him being in agony.
"Our people are confident he is ill – he is concerned about Covid-19 as he keeps his staff at a distance."
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