World: The pro-Russian authorities of Kherson accuse Ukraine of having executed hundreds of civilians.

Where's Putin? Leader leaves bad news on Ukraine to others

  Where's Putin? Leader leaves bad news on Ukraine to others TALLINN, Estonia (AP) — When Russia's top military brass announced in a televised appearance that they were pulling troops out of the key city of Kherson in southern Ukraine, one man missing from the room was President Vladimir Putin. As Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu and Gen. Sergei Surovikin, Russia’s chief commander in Ukraine, stiffly recited the reasons for the retreat in front of the cameras on Nov. 9, Putin was touring a neurological hospital in Moscow, watching a doctor perform brain surgery. © Provided by The Associated Press FILE - In this handout photo taken from video released by Russian Defense Ministry Press Service on Wednesday, Nov.

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The pro -Russian authorities of Kherson, located south of Ukrainian territory, denounced the presumed execution of at least A hundred civilians by the Ukrainian armed forces in the capital of the region.

According to Oleksander Malkevich, adviser to the pro-Russian governor Volodimir Saldo, the Ukrainian army is also responsible for the disappearance of at least 200 arbitrarily detained.

Malkevich told the Tass news agency that the Kherson region is the scene of alleged recruitment of Ukrainian soldiers, security services and foreign mercenaries to train social cleaning groups.

According to the advisor, the main objective of these groups is to hold mass civilians and then try to exchange them for Ukrainian soldiers captured by the Russian forces during the war.

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