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Dozens of bodies with signs of torture discovered in Kherson: Ukraine

  Dozens of bodies with signs of torture discovered in Kherson: Ukraine Ukrainian investigators uncovered dozens of bodies with signs of torture in the previously Russian-occupied Kherson region. Officials say they discovered 436 war crimes.The dozens of alleged victims echo the recapture of Bucha and the areas around Kyiv, where Russia is accused of killing hundreds of civilians and burying them in mass graves. Ukrainian interior minister Denys Monastyrsky says investigators found 436 instances of war crimes in the region, including four facilities where torture took place.

November 26th after the end of the war-developments around the war in Ukraine follow. In some cases, information cannot be checked independently.

00:00 - Recording countries like Germany or Poland, according to the EU Commission Vice President Dubravka Suica, have to be prepared for years of remaining from refugees from Ukraine after the end of the war. "I think we have to be prepared for it," Suica told the "Editorial Network Germany" (RND/Saturday) when visiting Berlin. "A central problem is that these families think they will go home the day after the war. But they won't go home yet. Their schools are destroyed, their houses are destroyed, their jobs are lost. I have to Open to say I experienced the war in Croatia myself in the former Yugoslavia. " (If you have any questions, please contact our editorial team at [email protected]) X1

Ex-NATO chief says Russian army disorganised, using old weapons .
Al Jazeera interviews Anders Fogh Rasmussen, NATO’s chief from 2009 until 2014, when Russia annexed Crimea.Earlier this week, at a NATO meeting in Bucharest, Romania, the alliance’s chief Jens Stoltenberg accused Russia of using “winter as a weapon of war”.

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