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British father-of-two killed by landmine while trying to rescue injured soldiers in Ukraine 


British father-of-two is killed by landmine while trying to rescue injured soldiers he was fighting alongside in Ukraine

  • Viktor Yatsunyk, 44, who was born in Ukraine returned to defend his country
  • He was killed in a landmine as he raced to the frontline near reclaimed Izyum 
  • Mr Yatsunyk, a British Army reserve for four years, ‘showed bravery to the end’
  • During Putin’s 2014 attack, he helped send money and equipment back home
  • He is the fourth British national known to have died since war in Ukraine began

A British father-of-two who ‘would help anyone’ has been killed by a landmine as he attempted to rescue injured soldiers he was fighting alongside in Ukraine.

Viktor Yatsunyk, 44, who was born in Ukraine, returned to his native country to fight against



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