Ukraine’s President Volodymyr Zelensky appealed to people around the world for help after the Russian attack in February. After this many volunteers reached Ukraine to fight the Russian army. Among them, Brazilian model and sniper Thalito do Valle also reached Ukraine. Recently Thalito died in a Russian attack.
According to media reports, the 39-year-old Brazilian model was stationed in Kharkiv. During this, he died in a missile attack by the Russian army. He had earlier fought against Islamic State in Iraq. Another Brazilian fighter, Douglas Burigo, was also killed in the Russian attack.
Thalito also fought against ISIS in Iraq. Apart from this, she was also involved in Animal Rescue Mission.
While fighting against ISIS, Li was sniper training
Thalito was constantly posting videos of her training on social media from the war front. He took sniper training during the fight against ISIS in the Kurdistan area of Iraq. Apart from this, she was also involved in Animal Rescue Mission along with many NGOs.
Thalito had arrived in Ukraine for only three weeks of service. His life was saved in a bomb blast some time back.
Thalito’s brother Theo Rodrigo called his sister a hero. Rodrigo said that his sister went to Ukraine for only three weeks, where she was serving as a sharpshooter along with helping people. Some time ago, after surviving a bombing in the capital Kyiv, she told the family that she could not talk much now, because the Russian army was tracing the mobile.
Apart from being a model, Thalito was also a sniper. She was posting her pictures and videos on social media from the war front in Ukraine.
On the other hand, after the occupation of Ukraine’s Lisichansk, the Russian army has intensified its attack on Sloviansk . The mayor of the city of Sloviansk has said that the Russian army is attacking the market targeting.
Russian military is arresting
civilians UN human rights chief Michelle Bachelet said the Russian military has detained hundreds of civilians in Ukraine. Bachelet told the Human Rights Council that despite being barred from collecting data on detainees, we have registered 270 cases of arbitrary detention. Bodies of eight of the victims were found.