Russian Troops Killed, Sickened By Poisoned Food From Ukraine Residents, Say Officials

“Ukrainians resist the occupiers by all available means,” the Intelligence Directorate of Ukraine said of the poisonings, according to a translation.

At least two Russian soldiers have been killed and some 28 sickened by poisoned food provided by Ukrainian civilians, according to a report by government officials.

The two killed reportedly were members of the 3rd Motor Rifle Division of the Russian Federation. They died immediately after eating stuffed buns or small pies served by residents of Izium, a town about 80 miles southeast of Kharkiv, according to an announcement posted to Facebook Saturday by the Main Intelligence Directorate of Ukraine.

The soldiers who became ill were being treated at a local hospital, according to the post.

The deaths and illnesses could not be independently confirmed. There was no information about what poison may have been used. Continue Reading



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