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I am shocked and disgusted. When the world revealed atrocities in , here is what russians in Germany have done.

These are people with access to free media. People, who are beyond putin's reach. And yet, here they are, in all beauty.

Now, every time you try to tell me "it's putin's war, don't blame mere russians" - have a look at those images again and again. This is .

theguardian.com/world/2022/apr

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'They Killed People Systematically': Bucha Residents Describe War Crimes By Expelled Russian Forces youtube.com/watch?v=HaCD0XlxYg #Ukraine #Russia #war #bot

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#russia now openly lays out its plans for #genocide and the eradication of #ukraine

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i enjoy the new silence of the "shoulda just surrender" idots.

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An article entitled “What Russia Should Do with Ukraine“ was published on the Russian state website RIA Novosti.

The need for ethnocide is openly defended here. It is no longer a question of “denazification” but of “de-Ukrainization”. That Ukrainians need to be forced to renounce their nationality, language, and culture through mass repression. The Russian state has simply openly turned to the rhetoric of Nazi criminals. The whole nation is declared wrong, and the need to destroy Ukrainians and Ukrainian statehood is promoted.

And after such articles, they are still trying to justify Bucha, claiming that they didn’t commit war crimes there. So, look, they publish calls for genocide of Ukrainians on state websites!

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Russians just want to murder us, for being Ukrainians - they justify the .

The article in a government media (ria.ru/20220403/ukraina-178146), titled "What Russia needs to do with Ukraine", casually [sic!] suggests ethnic purges, eradication of language and culture and more! But of course - it is us they claim to be nazis. Oh, the irony.

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Initially, when openly invaded after 8 years of hybrid war, I felt only cold wrath. Now, after witnessing the of my people over and over again, similar to what they have been doing to us for centuries, the only emotion that this and future generations of Ukrainians are going to feel towards russians - is pure, distilled, burning, razor-sharp hatred. With a sprinkle of concentrated disgust on top.

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#Art #СвятийДжавелін

Święta Javelin od przypadków ciężkich i opancerzonych, miej w opiece Ukrainę i jej obrońców.
Niech Twój gniew będzie zawsze celny i sprawiedliwy.

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US has seen "very credible reports of deliberate attacks on civilians" in Ukraine that would be considered war crimes, Blinken says 

US Secretary of State Anthony Blinken said Sunday the US has seen "very credible reports of deliberate attacks on civilians" in Ukraine that would be considered a war crime.

“Jake, we've seen very credible reports of deliberate attacks on civilians which would constitute a war crime. We've seen very credible reports about the use of certain weapons,” Blinken told CNN’s Jake Tapper on “State of the Union.” “And what we're doing right now is documenting all of this, putting it all together, looking at it and making sure that, as people and the appropriate organizations and institutions investigate whether war crimes have been or are being committed, that we can support whatever -- whatever they're doing. So, right now we're looking at these reports. They're very credible and we're documenting everything.”

edition.cnn.com/europe/live-ne

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A strike on a Ukrainian village wreaks unimaginable human tragedy

s the Russian invasion of Ukraine enters its 11th day, a CNN team in Markhalivka, southwest of Kyiv, spoke to a victim of the conflict.

Igor, who is 54, said that his 12-year-old daughter -- who had disabilities and used a wheelchair -- was killed in a strike that hit their village.

Igor's wife, mother-in-law, two sons-in-law and his wife's friend also died. Two of his grandchildren survived the attack, along with his cat, Marsik.

edition.cnn.com/europe/live-ne

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"Poland will never recognize territorial changes" in Ukraine brought on by Russian aggression, Polish FM says

Poland's Foreign Minister Zbigniew Rau vehemently stated his country's position on the Russian invasion of Ukraine, saying that Poland will "never recognize territorial changes" brought on by Russian aggression in Ukraine.

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You can see the latest reports about Putin's war against Ukraine at:

➡️ @WarNews

It's a bot which collects reports related to the conflict from long-established news sources as listed on its profile page.

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Some reports suggest Russian military may be staging a fake pro-Russian for TV protest to “greet” troops in occupied Kherson. But this, a pro-Ukrainian protest in occupied, militarised Melitopol, does not appear to be fake. “One. United. Free Ukraine,” the crowds are shouting

https://nitter.net/olliecarroll/status/1499727970486964233#m
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