June 28, 2022

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A Ukrainian mayor said nearly 300 people were buried in a mass grave in Bucha, where bodies were “strewn” in the streets.

A Ukrainian mayor said nearly 300 people were buried in a mass grave in Bucha, where bodies were "strewn" in the streets.
  • The town’s mayor said nearly 300 people were buried in a mass grave in the Ukrainian town of Bucha.

  • Located outside the Ukrainian capital of Kyiv, Buka is a target of Russian invaders.

  • AFP journalists mentioned They saw 20 bodies in civilian clothes lying on one street in Bucha.

The town’s mayor said nearly 300 people were buried in a mass grave in the Ukrainian town of Bucha, outside Kyiv.

“In Bucha, we have already buried 280 people in mass graves,” said Mayor Anatoly Fedoruk. Agence France-Presse by phone. “The streets are full of corpses,” Fedorok was quoted by the news agency as saying.

AFP journalists I mentioned earlier On Saturday they saw 20 bodies in civilian clothes lying on one street in Bucha.

Russian forces have been trying to take control of the Ukrainian capital, Kyiv, since the invasion began on February 24, but Russian forces were met with fierce resistance across the country. The death toll It was high on both sides, prompting the use of Mass graves In other Ukrainian cities, such as Mariupol.

Russian Ministry of Defense announce And last week it said it would reduce its military attacks on Kyiv even though the United States has done so I was skeptical of those claims. Ukraine’s Deputy Defense Minister Hanna Maliar said on Saturday that the country had regained control of “the entire Kyiv region.” France Press agency.

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky warned on Saturday that retreating Russian forces were leaving mines around Ukrainian homes and “even the bodies of the dead,” leading to a “catastrophic” situation for civilians. News agency mentioned.

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“It is still not possible to return to normal life, as it once was, even in the areas we have retaken after the fighting,” Zelensky told The Associated Press. “We need to wait until the mines are cleared from our land, wait until we assure you that there will be no new bombing.”

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