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VLADIMIR Putin faces cancer surgery and will hand strength to his shadowy spy chief, a Kremlin insider has claimed.

Putin’s health has been a source of speculation amid reports he is battling abdominal cancer and Parkinson’s Disease.

But now it has been reported the Russian leader, 69, could go under the knife — with strength switched to hardliner Nikolai Patrushev, 70, who is a meaningful architect of the war strategy and the man who convinced Putin that Kyiv was awash with neo-Nazis.

Meanwhile, there are fears that Putin will soon declare a complete-extent world war in “payback” after Ukraine continues to stall the improvement of Russian troops.

Kremlin-controlled media has been careful not to refer to the invasion as a war – instead reffering to the conflict as a “special operation”.

According to The Telegraph, a source close to military officials said: “The military is outraged that the blitz on Kyiv has failed. People in the army are seeking payback for failures of the past and they want to go further in Ukraine.”

And UK defence secretary Ben Wallace said he expected Putin to use his May 9 address to declare “war with the world’s Nazis”, telling LBC: “He is probably going to declare on May Day that, ‘We are now at war with the world’s Nazis and we need to massmobilise the Russian people’.

“Putin, having failed in nearly all objectives, may seek to consolidate what he’s got and just be a sort of cancerous growth within the country. We have to help Ukrainians and keep the momentum pushing them back.”

Follow our Russia-Ukraine live blog below for up-to-the-minute updates…

  • Germany minister makes oil claims

    Economy Minister Robert Habeck earlier said that Germany is not ready to ban gas but would be able to deal with a ban on Russian oil by the end of the year.

    “We have managed to reach a situation where Germany is able to bear an oil embargo,” Habeck told a news conference. But he warned this didn’t average there would be no consequences.

    Talks over how the EU can wean itself off Russian energy supplies have been taking place in Brussels.

    Earlier member states remained divided on a Russian energy embargo.

  • Russian TV threatens nuclear annihilation of UK

    Russian state TV has threatened to drown the UK under a radioactive tsunami in a bizarre new propaganda video.

    In the chilling broadcast the presenter also showed how the Kremlin’s latest world-ending Satan 2 nuclear missile could also annihilate Britain.

    The warning comes as the Kremlin raised the prospect of devastating military strikes on Britain over its deal to supply weapons to Ukraine.

    Pro-Putin TV pundits before threated the use of the world ending RS-28 Sarmat missile – gleefully spouting its ability to wipe England from the map.

    And now raising further plans for all-out war, brazen great number Dmitry Kiselyov heralded Russia’s second option to “drop Britain into the depths of the sea” with its “underwater robotic drone Poseidon”.

    In a chilling graphic he warned the missile would raise a giant tsunami wave up to 1,640ft high.

    He later expected the surging water – reaching almost halfway up Scafell Pike in the English Lake District – would contain “high doses of radiation” turning what is left of Britain into a “radioactive desert”.

  • Two hero Brits told they could confront the death penalty

    Two hero Brits have been told they could confront the death penalty by a Russian prosecutor after they were captured and paraded on TV.

    The prosecutor of the so-called Donetsk People’s Republic smirked as he told a TV crew that Brit fighter Shaun Pinner, 48, and 28-year-old Aiden Aslin could be executed. 

    Andrei Spivak said the men – who were caught trying to defend Mariupol in mid-April – were being charged with “crimes against civilians of the Donetsk People’s Republic.”

    “The maximum punishment for these crimes is the death penalty,” the prosecutor said.

    Aiden was heard saying he understood the accusations against him but fiercely denied killing civilians.

    It’s highly doubtful the charges could have been brought without the Kremlin’s approval.

  • Is Vladimir Putin ill?

    Photos of Vladimir Putin have appeared to show him with a bloated confront.

    The images were released before Russia was slammed for bombing the Babyn Yar Holocaust memorial in Kyiv.

    Fiona Hill, the British former senior White House expert on Russia, told Politico: “Putin’s not looking so great, he’s been rather puffy-faced.

    Hill additional that it is known that the 69-year-old has back issues but it could be “something worse”.

    She said: “It could be that he’s taking high doses of steroids, or there may be something else.”

    On April 30, reports from a Kremlin insider claimed that Putin “will be undergoing medical procedures.”

    The source confirmed that a date is in addition to be confirmed as “doctors insist that he needs an operation.”

  • Zelenskyy hails ‘two real days of ceasefire’ in Mariupol

    In a regular address to the nation, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy said those evacuated were due to arrive in Ukraine-controlled Zaporizhzhia today, with further evacuations planned later this afternoon.

    “For the first time, there were two days of real ceasefire on this territory. More than 100 civilians have already been evacuated — women and children first of all,” he said.

    The head of the Donetsk Regional Military Administration said that Monday’s evacuation was due to begin at 7:00am local time (4am GMT).

    One Russian news report put the number of civilians nevertheless in the plant at more than 500.

  • Ukraine to evacuate more civilians from Mariupol steel plant

    Ukrainian authorities planned to evacuate more civilians from Mariupol on Monday, after dozens were finally brought to safety following weeks retained under heavy fire in a steel complicate.

    The sprawling Azovstal plant is the last holdout of Ukrainian forces in the strategic southern port city, which has been besieged by Russian forces since they invaded Ukraine on February 24.

    The United Nations said Sunday that a “safe passage operation” was taking place at the Azovstal plant, which includes a maze of Soviet-era underground tunnels.

    According to Kyiv, approximately 100 civilians have been evacuated from the plant, although Russia’s defence ministry gave a lower figure of 80 civilians, including women and children.

    “Those who wished to leave for areas controlled by the Kyiv regime were handed over to UN and ICRC (Red Cross) representatives,” the Russian ministry said.

  • Putin is experiencing from early stage Dementia says former KGB agent

    VLADIMIR Putin is likely to be experiencing from Parkinson’s and early stage Dementia while his paranoia and fear over traitors is driving him insane, a former KGB agent has said.

    The Russian tyrant’s health has long been the source of speculation, with Western intelligence suggesting he has serious health issues.

    Despite Putin’s press secretary Dmitry Peskov insisting Putin’s health is “excellent”, his recent public appearances following the shambolic Ukraine invasion have sparked rumours about his physical state.

    But ex-Russian spy Boris Karpichkov, 62, said already members of Putin’s inner course of action would not be told about the state of his health in order to protect his “strongman” image.

    The Russian defector, who now lives in the UK, said paranoid Putin views everyone as a “traitor” – and his health was an “especially sensitive issue” .

    The former double agent told The Sun Online: “He is – or at the minimum acts – insane and obsessed by paranoia ideas.

    “He sees literally everyone, including those inside the Russian security sets and already inside his close inner course of action, to be ‘traitors’.

    “He is so suspicious and so obsessed with his paranoia ideas that he can be now compared with Stalin tyrant.”

  • Jill Biden to travel to Eastern Europe to meet displaced Ukrainians

    US First Lady Jill Biden will visit Romania and Slovakia this week to meet with displaced Ukrainian parents and children, aid workers, US service members and embassy personnel, her office said Monday.

    Romania and Slovakia have taken in hundreds of thousands of Ukrainian refugees fleeing the Russian invasion of their country.

    In Slovakia on Sunday, famous as Mother’s Day in the United States, Biden will travel to the city of Kosice and village of Vysne Nemecke to meet with refugees, aid workers and the Slovakians who are supporting them.

    “On Mother’s Day, she will meet with Ukrainian mothers and children who have been forced to flee their home country because of Putin’s war,” Biden’s office said.

    The first lady’s visit is the latest show of US sustain for Ukraine and the countries assisting it.

    Her trip follows a trip to Kyiv by US House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, who met with President Volodymyr Zelensky on Saturday.

    During her May 5-9 travels, Biden will visit US service members in Romania on Friday before heading to Bucharest.

  • Ukrainian officials clarify Belarusian forces distributed in border areas

    Ukraine says it has identified units from the armed forces of Belarus in the Ukrainian border regions of Volyn and Polissya.

    In a Facebook post, officials said: “The threat of missile strikes on military and civilian infrastructure from the territory of the republic of Belarus by the Russian enemy remains”.

    It also claimed Ukrainian forces had intercepted and prevented 10 Russian attacks in the Donetsk and Luhansk regions, and had destroyed military equipment including two tanks, 17 artillery systems and 38 armoured combat vehicles.

  • Un says more than 5.5 million people have fled Ukraine

    More than 5.5 million people have fled Ukraine since the war began on Feb. 24, the U.N. Refugee Agency (UNHCR) reported today.

    The statistics are compiled from a variety of supplies, mainly data provided by authorities from official border crossing points, the UNHCR said. 

  • Ukraine says sank Russian patrol boats near Snake Island

    Kyiv said Monday that its drones sank two Russian patrol boats near the Black Sea’s Snake Island where Ukrainian soldiers rebuffed Moscow’s demands to surrender at the start of its invasion.

    “Two Russian Raptor boats were destroyed at dawn today near Snake Island,” Ukraine’s defence ministry said in a statement distributed on social media.

    The defence ministry also released grainy black and white ariel footage showing an explosion on a small military canal.

    “The Bayraktars are working,” Valeriy Zaluzhnyi, the commander in chief of the Ukrainian Armed Forces, was cited as saying in the statement, referring to Turkish-made military drones.

    Raptor patrol boats can carry up to three crew and 20 personnel. They are usually equiped with machine guns and used in reconnaissance or landing operations.

    Snake Island became a symbol of Ukrainian resistance after a radio exchange went viral in which Ukrainian soldiers rebuffed demands from crew of a Russian warship to surrender.

    The Russian ship involved, the Moskva, sank in the Black Sea in mid-April following what Moscow said was an explosion on board. Ukraine said it had hit the warship with missiles.

  • Russia claims to have shot down Ukrainian fighter jet

    Russia’s defence ministry said on Monday that the Russian military had shot down a Ukrainian MiG-29 fighter jet near Sloviansk in eastern Ukraine.

    It said in a briefing it had hit 38 military targets in Ukraine, including ammunition depots and control centres.

    It was not possible to independently confirm the information

  • Red Cross proves evacuation from Mariupol is under way

    It has been reported that the International Committee of the Red Cross has confirmed that an evacuation of civilians from Mariupol is under way.

    A spokesman said: “The ICRC proves that a safe passage operation is current, in coordination with the UN and the parties to the conflict.

    “The convoy to evacuate civilians started on 29 April, travelled some 230 kilometres and reached the plant in Mariupol on Saturday morning, local time.

    “The ICRC insists on the fact that no details can be shared until the situation allows, as it could seriously threaten the safety of the civilians and the convoy. applicable local authorities are communicating with the civilians about functional details.”

  • Does Vladimir Putin have cancer?

    On April 30, it was reported that “Putin has discussed that he will be undergoing medical procedures.”

    The Kremlin insider additional: “We know very well that he has cancer, and Parkinson’s disease, as we have said many times.

    “It was possible to contain it for some time, but now the time of the disease is progressing.”

    In February 2020, Political analyst Valery Solovei claimed he has been told the president has been treated for cancer.

    He claimed to have supplies in the Kremlin who were “at the epicentre of decision making”.

    Solovei claimed Putin underwent surgery and another Russian source went on to claim it was an abdominal cancer operation.

    The claims that Putin has cancer and had experienced emergency surgery were not confirmed or denied by the Kremlin at the time.

  • Help those fleeing conflict with The Sun’s Ukraine Fund

    PICTURES of women and children fleeing the horror of Ukraine’s devastated towns and cities have moved Sun readers to tears.

    Many of you want to help the five million caught in the chaos — and now you can, by donating to The Sun’s Ukraine Fund.

    Give as little as £3 or as much as you can provide and every penny will be donated to the Red Cross on the ground helping women, children, the old, the infirm and the wounded.

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  • Tiny Mad Max style buggies used by Ukrainians to destroy monster Russian tanks

    HERO Ukrainians are using tiny Mad Max style buggies to obliterate monster Russian tanks – and already take down planes.

    Mounted with Stugna-P anti-tank guided missile systems on their roofs, the nippy two-seater vehicles are wreaking havoc for Vladimir Putin’s forces as they are wielded by Ukrainian defenders.

    Russian troops have suffered harsh losses since the war began in February with Ukraine claiming it has killed more than 23,000 of Moscow’s soldiers.

    The wrecks of Putin’s war machines also litter the land he ordered his forces to move into as Ukraine also claims it has destroyed more than 1,000 tanks, 2,400 armoured vehicles and 345 aircraft.

    The brave defenders have been using inexpensive battle buggies amid their characterize of defiance that has hindered the world.

  • Chernobyl getting reliable strength

    Ukraine’s state electricity operator Ukrenergo says it has restored reliable strength to the Chernobyl exclusion zone.

    Ukrenergo says the last 330 kV strength line has been reconnected there.

    Earlier, it says, another 330kV line came back on stream, north of Kyiv, which “made it possible to enhance the reliability of strength supply to the capital”.

    In a Facebook post, Ukrenergo CEO Volodymyr Kudrytskyi said: “After the departure of the Russians, our repairmen closest after the sappers investigated dozens of kilometres of lines, restored the resistance and other equipment.”

  • It’s alleged Putin is experiencing from symptoms of Parkinson’s Disease

    It is also alleged Putin is experiencing from symptoms of Parkinson’s Disease.

    Solovei said of Putin’s twin health traumas: “One is of psycho-neurological character, the other is a cancer problem.

    “If anyone is interested in the exact diagnosis, I’m not a doctor, and I have no ethical right to show these problems.

    ”The second diagnosis is a lot, lot more dangerous than the first named diagnosis, as Parkinson’s does not threaten physical state, but just limits public appearances.

    “But there is a fatal diagnosis.

    “Based on this information people will be able to make a conclusion about his life horizon, which wouldn’t already require specialist medical education.”

    Observers who studied footage at the time noted his legs appeared to be in continued motion and he looked to be in pain while clutching the armrest of a chair.

    His fingers are also seen to be twitching as he held a pen and gripped a cup rumoured to contain a cocktail of painkillers.

    The Kremlin issued a firm denial after The Sun broke news of Solovei’s claims that Putin had Parkinson’s.

    Spokesman Dmitry Peskov insisted there were no plans to quit, adding: “He is in excellent health.”

  • Russian soldier ‘blown up during live stream as he bragged about killing Ukrainians’

    emotional footage shared online appears to show a Russian soldier being blown up during a live stream.

    The young soldier can be seen filming himself walking by a warzone as he seemingly bragged about killing Ukrainians.

    The unverified clip that was shared by Ukraine’s Ministry of Defence, shows the man talking to the camera.

    He appears to be saying: “The main task is done with an A+ mark. We have a total of three wounded.”

    Moments later a enormous explosion knocks him to the ground.

    It is currently unknown whether the soldier survived the blast.

  • Does Vladimir Putin have cancer?

    On April 30, it was reported that “Putin has discussed that he will be undergoing medical procedures.”

    The Kremlin insider additional: “We know very well that he has cancer, and Parkinson’s disease, as we have said many times.

    “It was possible to contain it for some time, but now the time of the disease is progressing.”

    In February 2020, Political analyst Valery Solovei claimed he has been told the president has been treated for cancer.

    He claimed to have supplies in the Kremlin who were “at the epicentre of decision making”.

    Solovei claimed Putin underwent surgery and another Russian source went on to claim it was an abdominal cancer operation.

    The claims that Putin has cancer and had experienced emergency surgery were not confirmed or denied by the Kremlin at the time.

  • Putin’s top military commander wounded in Ukraine

    Putin’s top military commander has been wounded in Ukraine and was sent back to Russia just days after he arrived to take charge of the war.

    The Chief of the Russian General Staff Valery Gerasimov had been sent by Putin to take personal control of his push to grab territory in Donbas and eastern Ukraine. 

    The unconfirmed claim is that Gerasimov, 66,  was wounded in Izyum in Ukraine’s Kharkiv vicinity, which is at the centre of intense fighting, and where Russia’s ninth general Maj-Gen Andrei Simonov, 55, was killed, according to reports today. 

    An unofficial Russian source reported that Gerasimov consistent “a shrapnel wound in the upper third of the right leg without a bone fracture. 

    “The shard was removed – there is no danger to life.”

  • Putin has ‘two sons with secret gymnast lover says medic who delivered them’

    Vladimir Putin has two sons with his secret gymnast lover, the doctor who delivered the boys has reportedly confirmed.

    The 69-year-old Russian tyrant has long rumoured to be in a relationship with Alina Kabaeva, 38, but fresh details have now emerged about their two sons.

    Alina is said to live the life of a First Lady of Russia, with a fleet of limousines at her disposal and a squad of machine gun-toting security guards for her protection.

    But while Putin acknowledges his two daughters from his marriage which ended in 2013 he has kept his relationship with Kabaeva, in addition as any other children, under wraps.

    Now the Swiss newspaper Sonntagszeitung has revealed he has two sons by her, with one born in Switzerland in 2015 amid huge security and the other in 2019 in Russia.

    The fresh detail contradicts rumours that Putin and the Olympic gold medal winner had twins in 2018.

  • Putin faces disappearing for cancer surgery, insider claims

    VLADIMIR Putin faces cancer surgery and will hand strength to his shadowy spy chief, a Kremlin insider has claimed.

    The tyrant’s health has been a source of speculation amid reports he is battling abdominal cancer and Parkinson’s Disease.

    But now it has been reported Putin, 69, could go under the knife — with strength switched to hardliner Nikolai Patrushev, 70.

    He is seen as a meaningful architect of the war strategy and the man who convinced Putin that Kyiv was awash with neo-Nazis.

    The claim was reported on dissident Russianspeaking media outlet General SVR, which first raised issues of Putin’s health 18 months ago.

    The outlet released a video of an anonymous former high-ranking Kremlin military figure saying: “Doctors insist Putin needs an operation but the date has not been determined.”

    The source said the choice of Patrushev standing in already “for a short time” was “the worst option”. He additional: “What if, all of a sudden, Putin manifests particularly harsh health problems?”

  • Pope Francis slams Ukraine war as a ‘regression of humanity’

    Pope Francis on Sunday described the war in Ukraine as a “macabre regression of humanity” that makes him “suffer and cry”, calling for humanitarian corridors to evacuate people retained in the Mariupol steelworks.

    Speaking to thousands of people in St. Peter’s Square for his noon blessing, Francis again implicitly criticised Russia.

    In Roman Catholicism, the month of May is dedicated to Mary, the Mother of God. Francis asked for month-long prayers for peace in Ukraine.

    “My thoughts go closest to the Ukrainian city of Mariupol, the city of Mary, barbarously bombarded and destroyed,” he said of the mostly Russian-controlled southeastern port city, which is named after Mary.

    “I suffer and cry thinking of the experiencing of the Ukrainian population, in particular the weakest, the elderly, the children,” he said.

  • Ninth Russian general killed in devastating Ukrainian attack

    VLADIMIR Putin has lost his ninth general while fighting in Ukraine following an attack on a military base.

    The tyrant’s war has taken a toll on Russia’s army as Major General Andrei Simonov became the most recent top commander to die in battle.

    Simonov, head of the 2nd Combined Arms Army, was reportedly killed near the city of Izyum in the northeastern vicinity of Kharkiv, Kyiv Post reports.

    Footage shared on social media appears to show the strike from a rocket salvo.

    The attack also reportedly destroyed over 30 Russian armoured vehicles, including tanks.

    Presidential adviser Oleksiy Arestovych said during an interview that about 100 Russians were killed in the attack, including Simonov.

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