Moscow denies the crimes of Izyum, where hundreds of corpses have emerged from mass graves: 'Lies like in Bucha'. Russians are banned from entering the Baltic countries. Joe Biden curbs Ukrainian enthusiasm: 'Kiev is gaining ground, but did not win the war'In Izyum bodies were found with ropes around their necks and tied hands Photo Video
After the discovery of the huge mass grave of Izyum and the corpses found with ropes around their necks and tied hands, Moscow denies the horror: 'The same lies as Bucha are told'. In Lugansk, an OSCE employee accused of espionage is sentenced to 13 years. Russians are banned from entering the Baltic countries. In Italy 40,000 Ukrainians welcomed into schools. Joe Biden cautious: 'Kiev is gaining ground, but did not win the war'. - Photo | video | video 1 | video 2 | video 3
Vladimir Putin, the two daughters Maria and Katerina sanctioned by the US: 'They hide their father's assets' - guard
THE HORRORS OF IZYUM - 146 corpses, including two children, have so far been exhumed in the huge mass grave discovered in Izyum. According to the head of the Kharkiv regional military administration, Oleg Sinegubov, many of them have tied hands and traces of torture. And according to Attorney General Andriy Kostin, the dead hidden in the pit would be about 450: “Our goal is to bring war criminals to justice and punish the crime of aggression. We therefore invite the international community to support the initiative to create a special international tribunal. We also continue to collaborate with the International Criminal Court and to collect evidence of war crimes ”. And it is precisely there that Cardinal Konrad Krajewski, almsgiver of Pope Francis and prefect of the Dicastery for the Service of Charity, is making his pilgrimage 'in silence and in prayer'. In the Izyum police department, the Ukrainian forces would later find a torture room, with electric cables, various tools and lists with lists of detainees. Sergey Bolvinov, the head of the police investigation, believes the prisoners were kept in the dark in the cells for several weeks or even months. But from the Kremlin comes the denial of the horror, from spokesman Dmitry Peskov: 'It is the same scenario as Bucha, it is a lie, and of course we will defend the truth'.
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WAR FRONT - The battles continue in the Kherson area, where the Russians have been forced to retreat to the right bank of the Dnipro River and the Moscow troops in the area have claimed surrender. This was stated by the head of the Ukrainian joint press center Nataliya Humenyuk: 'They see that it is easier to lay down your weapons than to move to the border, because the Kherson region is far from the border with Russia, unlike the Kharkiv region, and they have an obstacle significant on their way, the Dnipro ”. But the warmest front remains that of Lugansk, where Kiev continues to recover and where yet another village has been liberated: that of Belogorovka. Also destroyed the Russian base in the Palace of Culture of the occupied city of Kadiivka. However, a Russian journalist was allegedly injured by a missile attack by Volodymyr Zelensky's troops. This was denounced by the authorities of the self-proclaimed People's Republic, whose Supreme Court then sentenced Dmitro Shabanov, a Ukrainian citizen and an OSCE employee, to 13 years for 'high treason and work for the CIA'. He allegations deemed unfounded and fabricated by the OSCE. In the other Donbass area, in Donetsk, the pro-Russian mayor Alexei Kulemzin denounces a Ukrainian bombing that allegedly killed 13 civilians, including 2 children. The Ukrainian capital, on the other hand, is now considered safe by multinationals, so much so that McDonald's reopens its restaurants here today (closed at the beginning of the conflict), although at the moment only upon delivery.
Volodymyr Zelensky, fury over the UN: 'If you have only words, the United Nations must be dismantled. We need a trial like in Nuremberg '- guard
THE CAUTION OF BIDEN - French foreign minister, Catherine Colonna, speaking to reporters in New York reveals how the situation at the Zaporizhzhia nuclear power plant remains 'very worrying, very dangerous'. She claims to have talked about it by telephone with her counterpart in Moscow, Sergej Lavrov, because 'time is running out to establish a safety zone'. And Joe Biden himself is cautious about the general course of the war: “Ukraine through the significant help we and our allies are giving them and the incredible courage and determination of its people is making gains in some areas, but winning the war means getting Russia completely out of Ukraine and recognizing its sovereignty ”. However, admits the American presidential 'Russia is proving not as competent and capable as many people thought they would be'. And the Kremlin is increasingly isolated. Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania and Poland have banned citizens of the Russian Federation and the Republic of Belarus from entering their countries. A similar initiative was taken in the Czech Republic, while Denmark and the Netherlands decided to stop issuing only short-term visas for Russian and Belarusian citizens. In Italy, the Minister of Education Patrizio Bianchi, on the other hand, provides new numbers on the reception of Ukrainian refugees: 40,000 are welcomed in schools 'without registering problems'.Source: oggi.it