Tuesday, April 5, 2022

I was right about Bucha(remember you have seen it here before "satellite photos" news was released: Satellite photos(released 16 hours ago) appear to contradict Russian denials over Bucha atrocities

Russians thoroughly inspected and obtained espionage information from top European and American(in some cases not all) politicians all about whatever Ukrainian intelligence defense was planning on use to deter future Russian invasion for which again entire world knew was/is coming.

Bucha population had a high number of Ukrainian Russians who, however, did adapted over the course of years and Putin was more than hungry to prove "denazification" of Ukraine by massacring EVEN own people in Ukraine if necessary - what according to his own words would take place on this location only if necessary - if Kiev wouldn't fall down...Putin had through British $$$$$ crime explode against me in USA of which citizen I became in 2000 and elsewhere...he gathered "proofs" about denazification of the world(it wasn't about Ukraine alone) in eyes of lunatics who craved for money...BUCHA WHERE PUTIN BELIEVED WILL SCORE NEW ROUND OF DONALD TRUMP https://ausertimes.blogspot.com/2022/04/terrorist-viktor-orban-now-world-most.html AND ALL WOULD GO BACK TO "OLD NORMAL" FOR HIM...

Ukraine war: Satellite photos appear to contradict Russian denials over Bucha atrocities 

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By Alasdair Sandford  with AP, AFP

This handout satellite image released by Maxar Technologies on April 4, 2022 shows a view of Yablonska Street in Bucha, Ukraine, on March 31, 2022.This handout satellite image released by Maxar Technologies on April 4, 2022 shows a view of Yablonska Street in Bucha, Ukraine, on March 31, 2022.   -   Copyright  SATELLITE IMAGE ©2022 MAXAR TECHNOLOGIES / AFP

Russia's war in Ukraine is taking on a new dimension with growing evidence of human rights atrocities by Vladimir Putin's troops, accused of killing civilians in cold blood as they retreated from the Kyiv region.

Moves are afoot to investigate war crimes but there are fears that similar massacres could occur, given Russia's failure to gain control of the country or even any key cities following its invasion on February 24.

Moscow is now concentrating its offensive on eastern and southern Ukraine. Thousands have been killed so far and Russian bombardments have caused widespread devastation. Millions have fled their homes, creating Europe's worst refugee crisis since World War II.

The war has deepened the rupture between Russia and the West, which is planning more economic sanctions against Moscow.

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Satellite photographs released on Monday appear to rebut Russian assertions that dead bodies in civilian clothing found in Bucha had appeared there after Russian forces retreated from the devastated Ukrainian town.

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy, who visited Bucha on Monday, will speak to the UN Security Council for the first time on Tuesday at a meeting certain to focus on what appear to be deliberate killings of civilians by Russian troops.

Moscow has claimed the scenes were faked and says it will present evidence to the UN Security Council.

Zelenskyy's spokesperson told Euronews there are fears that similar massacres could occur elsewhere as Russian troops retreat towards Belarus. Ukraine's prosecutor-general has said a “similar humanitarian situation” to Bucha exists in other areas where Russian forces recently left, such as around the northern cities of Sumy and Chernihiv.

EU leaders Ursula von der Leyen and Josep Borrell will visit Kyiv this week to meet Zelenskyy, the Commission president's spokesman says.

The EU, the UK and the US have promised further sanctions against Moscow in the wake of mounting evidence of Russian atrocities.

President Biden branded Vladimir Putin a "war criminal" on Monday and called for a "war crimes trial".

Ukraine's latest daily military report suggests Russian forces are preparing for a major attack in eastern Ukraine. The city of Kramatorsk was bombarded overnight.

Germany, France and Lithuania all took action on Monday to expel Russian diplomats, followed on Tuesday by Denmark and Italy.

Ukrainian Deputy Prime Minister Iryna Vereshchuk said seven humanitarian corridors were to open on Tuesday from Mariupol and Berdyansk, addng that more than 1,550 civilians were evacuated from Mariupol on Monday.

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