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Russian Brigade Accused Of Bucha War Crimes Awarded Honorary Title

Summary by Ground News
Troops in the 64th Separate Guards Motor Rifle Brigade were named as war criminals by the Ukrainian Ministry of Defense. The move will be seen as a public message to Ukraine's government and the West. Earlier this month, accounts of summary executions, brutality and indiscriminate shelling emerged in the wake of Russia's hasty retreat.
6 months ago·Bucha, Ukraine

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Putin gives honorary title to brigade accused of Bucha war crimes

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6 months ago·Atlanta, United States
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