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The SAS is training Ukrainian forces to use inflatable dummy tanks to lure Vladimir Putin’s forces into an ambush.
The T-72 decoys are covered with camouflage nets to look real and left in an open area to ensure Russian forces see them.
Then President Volodymyr Zelenskyy’s troops wait to draw their prey into what the SAS call the “kill grid”.
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A senior military source said: “This is a classic tactic, a come-on, which allows you to lure your enemy to a position where you attack from a position of strength.
“This is an ideal deception move as well. You make the enemy think you have armour in that area and change his plans.”
Meanwhile, The head of the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) raised grave concerns on Saturday (July 6) about the shelling the previous day at the Zaporizhzhia nuclear power plant in Ukraine, saying the action showed the risk of a nuclear disaster.
Both sides accused each other of engaging in "nuclear terrorism". Ukraine's state nuclear power company Energoatom blamed Russia for the damage while Russia's defence ministry accused Ukrainian forces of shelling the plant.
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