Chilling images have emerged of cruel taunts scrawled on the side of Russian bombs destined for Mariupol in the wake of Ukraine’s success at the Eurovision song contest last night.
Ukraine’s Kalush Orchestra, who stormed to victory having delivered a rousing folk-rap rendition of their song ‘Stefania’, made an impassioned plea during their winners’ speech calling on Europe to provide further aid and evacuate the soldiers still trapped in the southern port city’s Azovstal steel works.
‘I ask all of you, please help Ukraine, Mariupol. Help Azovstal, right now,’ said the band’s frontman Oleh Psiuk.
But this morning, pictures posted on Telegram by pro-Kremlin and pro-war channel FighterBomber showed Russian shells emblazoned with messages mocking the band’s call for help, hours after…
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