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'Leave them kids alone': Why a Pink Floyd performer and the Ukrainian first lady have fallen out

Sky News Sunday, 25 September 2022
'Leave them kids alone': Why a Pink Floyd performer and the Ukrainian first lady have fallen outThe Ukrainian first lady has told Pink Floyd co-creator Roger Waters to back off from criticising her husband over the Russian invasion - and told him bluntly to "ask Putin for peace" instead.
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News video: Ukraine's First Lady Calls Rape a Russian War 'Tactic'

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First Lady of Ukraine Olena Zelenska said in a panel that the Russian military is using rape as a “ terrible intimidation tactic” in its war in Ukraine. Zelenska added that Ukrainian prosecutors have begun criminal proceedings in 40 rape cases, 10 involving children.

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