Head cut off with a knife: Russian soldiers brutally murder Ukrainian prisoner of war (video)


Russian occupiers have brutally murdered a captured Ukrainian serviceman and recorded it on video, and the President’s Office has reacted to the shocking footage posted on the Internet.

Source: Russian pro-war channels on social media

A video of the brutal murder of a Ukrainian prisoner of war was shared on social media on the evening of 11 April. The footage shows a Russian soldier cutting off the head of a Ukrainian defender, who was still alive at the time, with a knife, writes “Wisdom of life“.

The prisoner was in shock and shouted that he was in pain. The occupiers comment on the execution with the words “Get working, brothers”, “Break his spine, f**k, have you never cut off a head?”

The Russians show the severed head to the camera and say that it should be sent to the tortured soldier’s commander.

The face of the occupier who conducted the execution is covered by a mask in the video. The recording shows a Russian soldier showing off the body armour of the executed Ukrainian prisoner to the camera at the scene of the shocking murder.

Green leaves can also be seen in the video, which could probably indicate that the recording was made last year.

Andrii Yermak, Head of the President’s Office, reacted to the posting of the shocking footage.

“There will be a response to and accountability for everything,” Yermak said on Telegram.

The video is here – https://t.me/aronets_live/5797.

The video is very sensitive (+18), we ask people with a weak psyche not to watch it.

Please spread this information among Europeans and Americans. The world must see Russian brutality. Maximum repost.

Girl shields sibling from rubble for 36 hours in Syria after deadly earthquake destroys home

FoYXe0xXsAI9MC 63e28b9b29be4 1

The sisters became trapped when their house collapsed on them while they were sleeping.

Rescuers have saved two children wedged underneath the rubble of their home in northern Syria, following the world’s deadliest earthquake for more than a decade.

The sisters had been trapped for over 36 hours after the 7.8 magnitude tremor struck on Monday.

More than 9,000 deaths have now been recorded in Syria and Turkey due to the quake, with search and rescue teams working non-stop in the hope of finding survivors

Aid efforts have been complicated further in Syria with the country embroiled in a 12-year long civil war.

The area affected by the quake is divided between government-controlled territory and the country’s last opposition-held enclave.

In a clip captured by rescuers in Besnaya-Bseineh, a small village in Haram, Syria, the older child is seen whispering: “Get me out of here, I’ll do anything for you.”

“I’ll be your servant,” she adds, as a rescuer replies, “No, no.”

As the clip plays on, she gently strokes the hair on her younger sibling’s head, making sure to cover her face from dust and debris.

The children’s father, Mustafa Zuhir Al-Sayed, told CNN his wife and three children were sleeping in the early hours of Monday when the quake caused their house to collapse.

“We felt the ground shaking… and rubble began falling over our head, and we stayed two days under the rubble,” he said.

“We went through, a feeling, a feeling I hope no one has to feel.”

While they were trapped, Mr Al-Sayed said his family recited the Quran and prayed out loud that someone would find them.

He added: “People heard us, and we were rescued – me, my wife and the children. Thank God, we are all alive and we thank those who rescued us.”

The children have now been taken to hospital where they are receiving medical care.

It is not practical to send British fighter jets to Ukraine – UK Government


The British Prime Minister’s spokesman stated that to send British fighter jets to Ukraine would be impractical at this moment of time.

The British Prime Minister’s Official Spokesperson is quoted by the Evening Standard.

“The UK’s Typhoon and F-35 fighter jets are extremely sophisticated and take months to learn how to fly. Given that we believe that it’s not practical to send those jets into Ukraine,” he said.

“Obviously, we will continue to provide and accelerate our military support to Ukraine and listen carefully to their requests,” he added. 

Answering to the question whether the Government of the United Kingdom will allow other allies to provide Ukraine with less advanced jets, he added: “We will continue to discuss with our allies about what we think is the right approach.We have just committed our Challenger tanks and moved in conjunction with our allies on that. Those tanks will be arriving fairly shortly.”

On Monday, US President Joe Biden stated that the United States do not plan to send F-16 fighter jets to Ukraine.

Read more: US will send Ukraine more advanced Abrams tanks, but without “secret armour”.

The main secrets of transplanting indoor plants so that they take root well


In order for indoor plants to feel good, it is important to choose the right substrate and the right pot.

Depending on the type of plants, transplanting is done every year or every few years. This procedure is important because sooner or later the soil is exhausted, it must be replaced with fresh. In addition, it helps to improve the aeration of the soil in the pot. It is necessary to transplant plants if the soil is acidified or the roots have rotted, when the earth lump is so penetrated by the roots that they broke through the holes at the bottom of the pot.

In order for indoor plants to feel good, it is important not only to transplant them correctly, but also to choose the right substrate and the right pot.

When to transplant plants?

Coniferous plants are recommended to be transplanted at the beginning of summer, at the same time azaleas and camellias are transplanted. Bulbs are transplanted after the rest period. Cacti usually take over, but if we are talking about transplanting, it is better to do it at the beginning of winter.

Young plants are transplanted every year, adults – once every few years, but palm trees in tubs can not be transplanted for up to 10 years.

Types of transplantation

Depending on how much land was replaced, several types of transplantation are distinguished:

  1. full, when all the earth is replaced, cleaning the roots of the plant from the old one;
  2. incomplete, when some part of the old earth remains on the roots of the plant;
  3. replacement of the top layer of the earth.

A technique close to transplanting is transshipment, the least traumatic method, which is used when the plant just has a small pot, i.e., the roots have wrapped around the entire earthen lump and climb out of the pot. In principle, if necessary, transshipment can be done at any time of the year.

When transplanting, the development of the plant can be briefly suspended, but during transshipment, such a delay does not occur.

We select a pot

Choose the size of the pot so that the old one fits freely into the new one, or the new pot should be 3-5 cm larger than the old one in diameter.

There are three types of containers for planting plants: a pot, a planter, and a container. Please note that the pot has drainage holes, but the planter does not, so do not confuse them when buying. The pot is inserted into the planter. Containers usually also have a solid bottom. Several pots are placed in it or several plants are planted.

Containers for flowers are most often made of clay or plastic. Both have their advantages and disadvantages.

We choose the soil for transplanting

For plants, special ready-made mixtures are used, which are sold in stores. The assortment is quite wide and sometimes it is difficult to choose the right mixture for your plant. To prevent compaction of the soil in the pot with the plant, coarse-grained sand, small pebbles, sawdust, charcoal, and even foam balls are added to the finished mixture.

When buying a ready-made mixture, pay attention to what plant it is intended for, what fertilizers have already been added, its composition and acidity, expiration dates. Choose mixtures from proven manufacturers.

If you did not find a mixture specifically for your plant, you can choose another, but recommended for the same family. It is better to open the package before transplanting, because the nitrogen accumulated during storage must evaporate, otherwise the roots of the plant may be damaged.

Rules for transplanting indoor plants

Prepare the pot. Wash it if it has been used before. Soak the clay pot in water overnight to get rid of burnt lime, which, when combined with water, forms compounds harmful to the roots.

At the bottom of the pot, pour drainage: expanded clay, pieces of brick or shards. Cover the drainage with a small layer of soil.

Water the plant well, after about an hour carefully, holding it together with the earth lump with one hand, turn the pot over. With the other hand, carefully remove the pot from the earth lump. To make it easier to separate them, you can easily tap the edge of the pot on a hard surface. For epiphytic plants, it is better to break the pot, because it is easy to damage them when separating the roots. When transplanting a large plant growing in a wooden pot, the hoops are removed, and then the wooden parts.

The roots of the plant are carefully cleaned from the top soil with their hands or a pointed stick, trying not to damage them. Rotten roots are removed. If you still damaged the root of the plant, sprinkle the cut with crushed coal.

In a new pot, the plant is lowered to the ground so that the root neck is slightly below the edges of the pot. Fill the gaps between the old earth lump and the walls of the pot with a new moistened substrate. Compact the soil around the cone, gradually adding more until its level reaches the base of the stem.

Water the plant. Please note that some plants that are used to dry soil do not need to be watered after transplanting, they are simply planted in a slightly moistened substrate. These include vallota, orchids, thick-leaved plants, and cacti.