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Aide Anastasiia Yalanskaya was shot dead by a Russian “death squad” after refusing to evacuate to rescue dogs

An AID worker was shot dead by a Russian “death squad” after bravely refusing to evacuate to rescue Ukrainian dogs, it has been reported.

Anastasiia Yalanskaya, 26, was butchered along with two other volunteers while delivering food to a local dog shelter in Bucha, 18 miles outside of Kyiv.

Anastasiia Yalanskaya, 26, was killed after staying behind to rescue dogs

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Anastasiia Yalanskaya, 26, was killed after staying behind to rescue dogsCredit: Facebook
The tragic helper traveled through war-torn Bucha to an animal shelter

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The tragic helper traveled through war-torn Bucha to an animal shelterCredit: Facebook

Her devastated family revealed the trio were making the treacherous journey when their car was deliberately attacked at point-blank range by Putin’s henchmen, who were carrying “heavy weapons”.

They believe troops are now killing civilians indiscriminately to weaken resistance to the Russian regime and scare innocent people.

The tragic Anastasiia reportedly drove through war-torn Bucha on Thursday to deliver supplies to the shelter, where they went three days without food.

The courageous helper had turned down offers to flee the conflict, instead staying behind to help in rescue centers that take care of animals.

Her estranged husband Yevhen recounted this New York Post: “I asked you to be extra careful.

“It costs a lot to make a mistake, but she helped everyone. I asked her to think about an evacuation, but she didn’t listen.

“Not being able to support your last trip is very painful for me,” he said.

“She was one of the best people I knew. She was determined to help, to help her friends and relatives and anyone who needed help.

“She loved animals. We had a dog and a cat. She was the best partner I’ve ever had.”

It is believed that Russian soldiers swarmed the vehicle before firing a hail of bullets.

The 26-year-old’s friend raised the alarm after being without contact with the aid group for several hours.

Anastasiia’s car was then found near her home, full of bullets.

The Good Samaritan had shared her experience of the conflict on Instagram, with her latest story, dated March 3, reportedly showing her sitting in the back of a car surrounded by bags of dog food.

‘BARBARIC’

She wore her driver’s license and had distinctive tattoos that were identified by friends.

The chilling story is yet another stark reminder of the cost of the conflict lashing down on the innocent people of Ukraine.

Civilians pay the price as merciless Russian troops open fire on fleeing families.

World leaders, meanwhile, condemned the horrifying scenes Boris Johnson spoke about the ‘barbaric attacks’ in a conversation with Volodymyr Zelenskyy.

Ukraine’s president has vowed to punish “any bastard” who committed atrocities during the war.

Children are not spared from the cruelty as harrowing stories of youth massacres continue to surface.

Last week, a newborn baby and a six-year-old girl were killed of Putin’s thugs along with three family members.

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Bobby Allyn

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