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An unexploded Russian missile is found in the kitchen sink of a Ukrainian home after penetrating the roof in besieged Kharkiv

An unexploded Russian missile was shockingly found in the kitchen sink of a Ukrainian home after smashing through the roof.

Footage shows the giant rocket wedged in the corner of the room after miraculously damaging only the ceiling and sinking inside a house in the besieged city of Kharkiv.

An unexploded Russian missile landed in a Ukrainian's kitchen in Kharkiv

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An unexploded Russian missile landed in a Ukrainian’s kitchen in Kharkiv
It wedged itself in the kitchen sink after breaching the ceiling

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It wedged itself in the kitchen sink after breaching the ceiling
Another clip showed a Ukrainian bomb disposal unit inspecting the missile

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Another clip showed a Ukrainian bomb disposal unit inspecting the missile

The clip, which has been shared on TikTok with nearly 3 million views, shows someone walking into the house where the giant rocket is stuck in the unit.

Aside from some debris on the floor where the rocket hit the ceiling, there doesn’t appear to be any further damage to the house as luckily it didn’t explode.

Another video shared by @pd05763 appears to feature members of a Ukrainian Bomb Disposal inspects the missile while one of them moves it with his hand.

previously the Ukrainian government shared a picture of the unexploded rockettweeted, “Imagine it was Sunday morning and you slept with your kids,” as she again called on NATO to impose a no-fly zone over the country.

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It comes as the eastern cities of Kharkiv, Sumy and Chernihiv continue to be hit hard by Russia’s tactic of shelling urban areas with artillery, as its forces have previously done in Syria and Chechnya.

Kharkiv Mayor Igor Terekhov said hundreds of buildings, including many residential ones, were destroyed.

“It’s impossible to say that the worst days are behind us, we’re constantly being bombed,” he said.

On Monday evening, a witness in the city said she saw people on the roofs of apartment buildings throwing grenades or similar ordnance into the street.

A second witness outside the city reported hearing heavier explosions than any day since Russian forces began the attack last month.

In the meantime a Survivor of four Nazi concentration camps in World War II was killed when his house in Kharkiv was bombed.

Boris Romanchenko, 96, “actively campaigned for the memory of the crimes of National Socialism,” his family said.

More than 3.5 million Ukrainian refugees have now fled their country as Vladimir Putin’s invasion rages on, according to the UN refugee agency.

It comes as shocking footage that showed the moment Russian troops were caught opening fire and hurling stun grenades at unarmed civilians.


It comes as…


Russian troops occupying Kherson used stun grenades and gunfire to disperse a rally of protesters as they gathered in Svobody Square.

Multiple videos on social media showed crowds gathering in the square today before loud bangs and flashes followed by fierce gunfire caused them to flee.

In the meantime, Russia has admitted it has lost nearly 10,000 troops when he invaded Ukraine.

The previously undisclosed figure was revealed by a pro-Kremlin newspaper and reveals the true cost of Vladimir Putin’s disastrous invasion.

The Russian tyrant expected a quick victory when he ordered the invasion, but his forces met stiff Ukrainian resistance could even buckle soon.

Russia has kept its true death toll under wraps, admitting just 498 deaths on March 2.

But in an extraordinary move, Komsomolskaya Pravda reported that, according to the Russian Defense Ministry, 9,861 Russian soldiers died in Ukraine and 16,153 were injured.

The wreckage of a rocket in the village of Lisne near Kharkiv

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The wreckage of a rocket in the village of Lisne near KharkivCredit: EPA
An apartment on the northern outskirts of Kharkov destroyed by Russian shelling

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An apartment on the northern outskirts of Kharkov destroyed by Russian shellingPhoto credit: AFP

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