Protesting residents of Chaplynka are the latest Ukrainians to clash with Russian military forces occupying their town, videos from Monday show.
CNN has geolocated and confirmed the authenticity of the videos.
Dozens of Russian troops are seen in the videos, set up in a line at an intersection on the eastern side of Chaplynka, more than 300 miles south of Kyiv. Chaplynka is on the southern side of the Dnieper River in the Kherson region and is located deep within Russian-occupied territory in Ukraine.
Dozens of protesters are also seen in the videos.
"Idi domoy," some in the crowd chant — "go home" in Russian.
"Idi dodomu," others in the crowd chant — "go home" in Ukrainian.
Gunshots are then heard in the video, but no one appears hurt.
The crowd doesn't budge. "Go home boys, go back home," someone is heard yelling.