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Ukraine war: 'He put his hands up, they shot him' — Bucha locals allege Russian atrocities

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Ukraine war: 'He put his hands up, they shot him' — Bucha locals allege Russian atrocities

Ukraine war: 'He put his hands up, they shot him' — Bucha locals allege Russian atrocities

Ukrainian authorities accused Putin's forces of committing war crimes and leaving behind a “scene from a horror movie” as they withdrew from the town near Kyiv.


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