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Ukrainian millionaire Andrey Stavnitser asked military to bomb Russian-occupied mansion

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Andrey Stavnitser says he saw Russian forces move onto his property near Irpin on March 5. He said his security staff were captured, undressed, interrogated, and sent into the woods. "They were basically starting to shoot at Kyiv from my house," he said.
4 months ago·Kyiv, Ukraine

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