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Russian helicopters reportedly near Kiev, Ukraine. Footage was released by the Russian media pic.twitter.com/gIXBxWWTRs— Ragıp Soylu (@ragipsoylu) February 24, 2022
Video of aftermath of missile strike taking out Ukrainian air defense near Mariupol pic.twitter.com/PX37FVT5xf— Dmitri Alperovitch (@DAlperovitch) February 24, 2022
More sirens going off in Kiev. Martial Law has been declared in Ukraine as reports of Russian ground troops are now entering the country pic.twitter.com/jezlXAUmBv— Teddy Asscracker (@TeddyAsscracker) February 24, 2022
Ukraine's central military command reports Russia bombed several airports, including Kyiv Boryspil, Nikolaev, Kramatorsk, Kherson. Kharkiv military airport is burning
! Ukraine's central military command reports Russia bombed several airports, including Kyiv Boryspil, Nikolaev, Kramatorsk, Kherson. Kharkiv military airport is burning. pic.twitter.com/IOrfGZgPL4— Christo Grozev (@christogrozev) February 24, 2022
Footage of Ukraine’s air defence system engaged over Kyiv right now. Video from local resident. pic.twitter.com/igCH4dtn45— ArianaGic/АріянаҐіць (@GicAriana) February 24, 2022
Грады бьют по Мариуполю. Какой ужас. pic.twitter.com/mHWaPfkcDz— Илья Яшин (@IlyaYashin) February 24, 2022
.@IndianNavy destroyer INS Visakhapatnam test-firing a BrahMos in the Bay of Bengal. The ship will be part of the President’s Fleet Review (PFR) off its namesake city Visakhapatnam this month. pic.twitter.com/j3Z65NUEPx— Livefist (@livefist) February 18, 2022
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Reporter: “Is the risk of a Russian invasion higher than ever?”— Benny (@bennyjohnson) February 14, 2022
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An unnamed Air Force in the Middle East has carried out the deployment of two Silent Arrow GD-2000 cargo delivery drones.
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The account of the Galwan violence in Australian newspaper "The Klaxon" -- pieced together by a group of social media researchers -- claims the Chinese soldiers who drowned in the Galwan river in June 2020, were in retreat after the clash with Indian troops. The report says China had lost 42 soldiers in the clash -- many more than the four it had claimed. The "PLA soldiers panicked into retreat" and at least 38 of them were washed away, the report said.
Anthony Klan, the Editor of The Klaxon, said that the Indian soldiers had come to ascertain whether the Chinese has removed their encampments in the buffer zone when the scuffle broke out. "In heading back across the river... the evidence is, the Chinese soldiers got washed away," he said, adding that much of this information was from "first-hand accounts deleted from the Chinese social media".In its report, The Klaxon said India's Colonel Santosh Babu and his troops had gone to the disputed area on June 15 to attempt to remove the Chinese encroachment, where People's Liberation Army Colonel Qi Fabao was present along with nearly 150 soldiers. But Qi Fabao "ordered his troops to form a battle formation, instead of discussing the issue on the lines of mutual consent made on June 6, 2021".
Colonel Fabao attacked the Indian troops and to allow him to escape, two other PLA officers -- battalion commander Chen Hongjun and soldier Chen Xiangrong -- started a physical scuffle with the Indian troops, using steel pipes, sticks and stones. Colonel Fabao was "hit in the head by an Indian army solider", and "rushed back with serious injuries", the report read.
Quoting the social media researchers' report titled "Galwan Decoded", The Klaxon then reported that Hongjun and Xiangrong were "immediately silenced by the Indian army".
It said that "after Col. Fabao left the arena", and watching the "bodies of Major Chen Hongrun, Junior Sargeant Xiao Siyan and Private Chen Xianrong," that "PLA soldiers panicked into retreat".He was feted as a hero by the Chinese state media, which reported his inclusion in the games.
Beijing went to "extreme lengths to silence discussion about the battle" and in particular, any "discussion about the true number Chinese casualties'', the Australian daily reported.