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Old 20-07-14, 18:53   #1
 
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Hot Russian WAR CRIMES: Putins’ Propagandists Talks of Being Tried in Hague & Losing WAR

Is This the BUK Missile Launcher that Shot Down MH17 Being Smuggled Back to Russia:
- Motorist Captures Military Truck Carrying BUK M1 in Border Town





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- A driver followed this military truck (left and inset) on a main road on Saturday night for two kilometres in a 'border area' of Russia before uploading the footage, filmed with a dashboard camera, on the internet. The cargo had no escort and Ukrainian sources have seized on it, captioning the footage:

'A Russian blogger filmed the BUK M1 in Russia, the one that shot the Boeing.' Reports from Ukraine suggested the BUK had been smuggled in the dead of night into Russia soon after the plane was blasted out of the sky on Thursday last week.


It came after images were released of a launcher rumbling through Torez (right), held by pro-Russian separatists, just two hours before the Malaysia Airlines flight was shot down.


A driver followed this military truck on a main road for two kilometres in a 'border area' of Russia before uploading the footage, filmed with a dashboard camera, on the internet.
The cargo had no escort and Ukrainian sources have seized on it, captioning the footage: 'A Russian blogger filmed the BUK M1 in Russia, the one that shot the Boeing.'


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Offending launcher? A driver filmed this BUK launcher on the back of a military track rumbling back across the Russian border on Saturday





Claims: Ukrainian officials have seized the footage and labelled it a 'film of the BUK M1 in Russia, the one that shot the Boeing'


'For two kilometres, a blogger from Russia has been driving behind covered BUK 1M which, according to his words, had been driving from the Ukrainian border. His opinion it that is exactly that BUK that made the shot,' said one version spreading on the web.
The driver is heard saying: 'No kidding.'





Suspicious: Ukrainian spies reportedly filmed the launcher used in the attack being smuggled to Russia - with two missiles missing





A view of what is believed to be a BUK surface-to-air missile battery being driven along a path on July 17 in Torez, Ukraine




Launch site? The BUK missile system photographed in Torez hours before MH17 was downed by 2 missiles





Russian air defense missile system BUK M2 seen at a military show at the international forum in Zhukovsky outside Moscow, in 2010





Is this SAM, Missing 2 Missiles, being Smuggled out of Ukraine Back into Russia?

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Germany 'Was Told of Risk' of Flying over Ukraine Just Before Flight MH17 Was Shot Down - But 'FAILED to Pass on Warning'

  • German government 'knew of risk of flying over Ukraine', it is claimed
  • Diplomatic cables refer to Ukrainian air force plane shot down on 14 July 2014
  • Malaysia Airlines's flight MH17 was shot down on 17 July last year
Daily Mail UK, 27 April 2015


The German government had been warned of a heightened risk of flying over eastern Ukraine just days before the MH17 disaster last year, it has been claimed.

Despite being told of the risk of flying over Ukraine in diplomatic cables sent two days before the crash, Germany failed to pass on the warning, local media reported.


Malaysia Airlines Flight MH17 was shot down over rebel-held territory in eastern Ukraine on 17 July, and all 298 aboard were killed.





Warning: Despite being told of the risk of flying over Ukraine in diplomatic cables two days before the MH17 crash, the German government failed to pass on the warning


German foreign ministry cables sent on July 15, cited an incident from the day before when a Ukrainian air force plane was shot down at around 20,000 feet over rebel-held territory.

German intelligence had repeatedly warned of the risk to aviation security, and had assessed the downing of the Ukrainian military plane on July 14 as a 'significant development because of its altitude', German public TV channels NDR and WDR reported.



Earlier this month, the Dutch government - which lost 189 citizens in the disaster - said that, with nearly all of the victims identified, efforts had shifted to finding those responsible for shooting the plane down as it flew over Ukraine last July.
After a meeting of foreign ministers from Malaysia, Ukraine and Australia on the sidelines of a cyber-security conference in The Hague, Holland's Foreign Minister Bert Koenders said there was general agreement on this course of action.





Tragedy: Malaysia Airlines Flight MH17 was shot down over rebel-held territory in eastern Ukraine on July 17 last year, and all 298 aboard were killed


'Now that we're very far with repatriation (of the victims' remains), investigation and prosecution are becoming more central,' Koenders said in a statement.
'The ministers believe that prosecution is not only important for the countries with victims on board. Civil aviation is vulnerable and every safety violation is a concern shared worldwide.'

Forensics laboratories in the Netherlands have identified remains of 296 of the 298 MH17 victims and recovered large parts of the wreckage for investigation.

Prosecutors are testing the theory that the plane was shot down by a surface-to-air BUK missile fired from an area held by pro-Russian forces.
Because two-thirds of the victims were Dutch citizens, the Netherlands is leading several post-crash investigations.

The final report is due to be published in October.
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Hot Russian WAR CRIMES: Investigating and Tracking Down Russian Soldiers

First Ukraine WAR CRIMES Trial With Russian Sergeant 21, Accused of Killing Civilian

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A 21-year-old Russian soldier has become the first member of his country's military to go on trial for allegedly committing a war crime in Ukraine.



Sergeant Vadim Shyshimarin, who appeared in court in Kyiv for the first time on Friday, is accused of killing an unarmed Ukrainian civilian.

It's alleged the captured member of a Russian tank unit shot a 62-year-old man in the head through an open car window in the north-eastern village of Chupakhivka during the first days of the war.

He faces up to life in prison under a section of the Ukrainian criminal code that addresses the laws and customs of war.

Shyshimarin's trial, which marks the first war crimes trial since Moscow invaded its neighbour 11 weeks ago, was attended by scores of journalists at the Solomyanskyy district court in Kyiv and will be watched closely by the world.


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Russian Soldier Jailed For Life For Killing Civilian First Ukraine War Crimes Trial

BBC News 23 May 2022


A court in Ukraine has jailed a Russian tank commander for life for killing an unarmed civilian at the first war crimes trial since the invasion.

Captured soldier Sergeant Vadim Shishimarin was convicted of killing Oleksandr Shelipov, 62, in the north-eastern village of Chupakhivka on 28 February.

He admitted shooting Mr Shelipov but said he had been acting on orders and asked forgiveness of his widow.

Multiple other alleged war crimes are being investigated by Ukraine.





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A Difficult and Painful Question’: Ukraine Ponders How to Punish Collaborators

More than 1,400 cases of treason and collaboration with the Russian army have been brought against citizens


The Guardian UK 4 JUN 2022





War crimes prosecutors at work


On the third day of the Russian invasion of Ukraine, the mayor of the city of Kupyansk received a call from a Russian army commander suggesting they talk.



Russian forces were already on the outskirts of the city, in the north-eastern Kharkiv region. Mayor Gennady Matsegora released a video address explaining that he had accepted a Russian offer.

“I took the decision to take part in negotiations to avoid loss of life,” he said. Matsegora handed over the city to Russian control without a fight. Later, he allegedly provided Russian soldiers with transportation, housing, fuel and food.

Now he is one of hundreds of Ukrainian citizens accused of collaborating with the invading army, and could face up to 15 years in prison. Kupyansk is still under Russian occupation, so Matsegora has not been arrested, but in places where the Russians have been pushed back, Ukrainian authorities have already made arrests of those suspected of collaboration.

Ukraine’s prosecutor general, Iryna Venediktova, said at the beginning of May that there were more than 700 treason cases open against Ukrainian citizens, and another 700 cases of collaboration. In the besieged Kharkiv region alone, prosecutors said they had now opened 50 cases, including against seven police officers, five mayors and a judge. They all stand accused of paving the way for Moscow to occupy villages and kill dozens of people.

“Out of those 50 people, half have been arrested. The others, unfortunately, remain in the occupied territories and haven’t been arrested yet,” said Oleksandr Filchakov, the chief prosecutor for the Kharkiv region.

The governor of the region, Oleh Synehubov, said there were various forms of collaboration, such as handing over information. “It can include giving the Russians lists of those locals who are in the military, the families of military people, or the people who are veterans of the [Donbas] war,” he said.

Filchakov claimed there were cases of collaborators handing the Russians lists of wealthy local people. “They explained to the occupiers where they live and what kind of riches they possess. So later the Russian soldiers came to those houses together with the collaborators and were stealing their possessions.”







Oleksandr Filchakov, Kharkiv region’s chief prosecutor



In the village of Pivdenne, the chair of the council was arrested for attempted collaboration. Prosecutors said they found evidence that he had been in touch with Russian agents.

“He was making preparations for the occupation. But the Russians never arrived there and we arrested him a few days after the invasion,” said Maksym Klymovets, a district prosecutor in the Kharkiv region.

For the Ukrainian authorities, it is important to show that punishment for those who helped the Russian invasion will be swift and stern. But at the same time, the process comes with lots of tricky questions.

These include whether Ukraine’s prosecutors and judges, who for years have battled accusations of corruption and nepotism, can be trusted not to abuse the process. Numerous high-ranking officials may also be asked questions about negligence at the beginning of the invasion, or even treason.


On Sunday the president, Volodymyr Zelenskiy, showed that accusations of negligence or worse could extend right to the top of government structures when he fired the head of the SBU security service in Kharkiv during a visit to the city. Zelenskiy accused the man of “thinking only about himself” instead of helping to defend the city during the initial days of the war. “The law enforcement organs will look into what his motives were,” Zelenskiy said.

Another problem is how to grade different forms of collaboration and make sure punishments are appropriate. “There are people who were looking forward to jump into the other army, there are people who collaborated because they wanted to save their lives, and there are also people who were forced to collaborate at gunpoint,” said Ilko Bozhko, a Ukrainian military official from the east operational command.

Ukrainian prosecutors face a particularly tricky task in the occupied areas of southern Ukraine, which were taken by the Russians at the start of the war. There, Russian officials are busy attempting to impose Russian rule over everyday life, such as by moving Ukrainian schools to the Russian curriculum.

If Ukraine regains control of these territories, there could be thousands of people who have committed acts that fall under the technical definition of collaboration, such as teachers who continued to work under the new curriculum. But many feel prosecutors should be lenient when it comes to such cases.

“This is a very difficult and painful question,” said Sergii Gorbachov, the education ombudsman of Ukraine. “It’s very difficult to decide where the line is. I don’t think you can demand heroism from unarmed civilian people. The most important thing is not to voluntarily collaborate. When we get the occupiers off all our land, I expect big problems over how we decide on this question.”

Volodymyr Ariev, an MP with the European Solidarity party headed by Ukraine’s former president Petro Poroshenko, said he hoped parliament would draft a new law on collaboration that would allow for swift and effective punishment but also prevent abuse and rank cases in order of seriousness.

“We need to be able to ascertain the level of collaboration and also the level of damage caused, and to be able to differentiate in different cases,” he said. “Some people should go to jail, but some should just be fined or banned from public service.”
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Pro-Russia Officials Open Trial Against Britons Captured Fighting in Ukraine


Prosecutors from self-proclaimed Donetsk People’s Republic say men face death penalty

BBC News 8 JUN 2022.







Captured British soldiers Shaun Pinner and Aiden Aslin

Aiden Aslin and Shaun Pinner, the British fighters captured after defending Mariupol’s Azovstal steelworks.



Russian proxy fighters in east Ukraine have said they are opening a trial against two Britons, Aiden Aslin and Shaun Pinner, who were captured fighting alongside Ukrainian soldiers in Mariupol.

The two men, who are serving in the Ukrainian military, and Ibrahim Saadun, a captive from Morocco, were shown sitting in a courtroom cage reserved for defendants in a video released on pro-Russian social media channels on Tuesday.

Prosecutors from the self-proclaimed Donetsk People’s Republic, a proxy government in east Ukraine controlled by Russia, have said that the men face the death penalty for “terrorism” and for fighting as “mercenaries” against the Russian invasion.

Aslin and his fellow defendants have said they were regular soldiers fighting in the Ukrainian military and should be treated as prisoners of war.
Ukrainian servicemen sit in a bus after they were evacuated from the Azovstal steel plant

Kremlin mulls Nuremberg-style trials based on second world war tribunals



If the images from the courtroom are confirmed, the men would be the first Ukrainian soldiers to be tried by pro-Russian forces in what observers say could be a series of show trials meant to justify Russia’s invasion of Ukraine.

“Do you know the information in your indictment?” an interpreter asked Aslin, 28, from Newark, Nottinghamshire. “Tak tochno,” he replied, a military response meaning “affirmative”. Shaun Pinner, 48, from Watford and Bedfordshire, also said he understood the charges against him.


Russian officials have threatened to hold military tribunals they have called “Nuremberg 2.0”, meant to mirror war crimes trials being held in Kyiv for atrocities committed by invading Russian soldiers. Observers say the trials may be deliberately constructed to put maximum pressure on the west and to prompt prisoner exchanges for Russian soldiers captured and tried in Ukraine.



In a statement, Aslin’s family asked for privacy from the media. “This is a very sensitive and emotional time for our family, and we would like to say thank you to all that have supported us,” they said.

“We are currently working with the Ukrainian government and the Foreign Office to try and bring Aiden home. Aiden is a much-loved man and very much missed, and we hope that he will be released very soon.”

Ukraine has sentenced three Russian soldiers to prison for war crimes tied to the Russian offensive that began on 24 February. Vadim Shishimarin, 21, was sentenced to life in prison for killing a 62-year-old civilian in Ukraine’s north-eastern Sumy region early in the war. And two soldiers, Alexander Bobikin and Alexander Ivanov, were each sentenced to more than 11 years in prison for shelling attacks on population centres that “violated the laws and customs of war”.

‘They’ve gone through hell’: fears for British prisoners of war in Ukraine



Prosecutors said Aslin and his co-defendants were charged with four separate offences: committing a crime as part of a criminal group; forcible seizure of power or forcible retention of power; being a mercenary; and the promotion of training in terrorist activities.

But the two men were serving in Ukraine’s marines while taking part in the defence of Mariupol’s Azovstal steelworks. Aslin, who had previous volunteered with a Kurdish militia against Islamic State fighters, ran a popular Twitter account and had been pictured being sworn into the Ukrainian armed forces.

Nonetheless, both men have been paraded before television cameras since they surrendered alongside hundreds of Ukrainian soldiers in May after months spent in a desperate defence of the Ukrainian steelworks.

Andrew Hill, 35, a father of four from Plymouth, was also captured during fighting in southern Ukraine.


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DEATH Sentences Handed to Britons Aiden Aslin and Shaun Pinner Branded Sham Judgements

BBC News 10 JUN 2022


The death sentences handed to three men, including two Britons, who were captured by Russia while fighting for Ukraine have been branded a "sham judgement with absolutely no legitimacy".

Aiden Aslin, 28, from Nottinghamshire and Shaun Pinner, 48, from Bedfordshire, were were convicted of taking action towards violent seizure of power at a court in the self-proclaimed Donetsk People’s Republic (DPR).


The third man sentenced is reported to be Saaudun Brahim, a Moroccan national.


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Ukraine WAR: Russian Strike on Shopping Centre a WAR Crime - G7 Leaders

At least 18 people have died in a missile strike on a shopping centre in the Ukrainian city of Kremenchuk.

BBC 28 JUN 2022









Hundreds of firefighters were involved in putting out the fire, which burned for several hours


Some 1,000 civilians were estimated to be inside the busy mall at the time of the attack at around 15:50 (12:50 GMT), President Volodymyr Zelensky said.


The leaders of the G7 group of richest nations - who are meeting in Germany - condemned the attack as "abominable".



"Indiscriminate attacks on innocent civilians constitute a war crime," they said in a joint statement.

Russia has been blamed for the attack, which also injured at least 59 people, and there are fears the death toll will continue to rise.

Pictures online showed the building engulfed in flames and thick black smoke billowing into the sky.

Ukraine's President Zelensky described the attack as one of the "most brazen terrorist acts in European history".

He said the mall had no strategic value to Russia and posed no danger to its forces - "only the attempt of people to live a normal life, which so angers the occupiers".

"Only totally insane terrorists, who should have no place on earth, can strike missiles at such an object," he added.

Russia's Deputy Ambassador to the UN, Dmitry Polyanskiy, called the attack a "Ukrainian provocation", but cited no evidence to suggest that the missile strike had been staged.

The local governor, Dmytro Lunin, described the attack as a crime against humanity, writing on Telegram that is was "an obvious and cynical act of terror against the civilian population".

Authorities say 440 people from emergency services are working on location, including 14 psychologists brought in to support those affected.

Photos from the scene show the blackened and charred shell of the building with the roof caved in.

In one video taken shortly after the strike, a man can be heard calling out: "Is anybody alive… anybody alive?" Soon after, ambulances arrived to take the injured to hospital.

But there are still people missing and as night fell, family members gathered at a hotel over the road, where rescue crews have set up a base to wait for any news. Lights and generators have been brought to the site so crews can continue the search overnight, Reuters news agency reports.

The central-eastern city of Kremenchuk is located about 130km (81 miles) from Russian areas of control.


At the Scene,, Sophie Williams, BBC News


Here in Kremenchuk, you can still smell the smoke throughout the town, hours after the missile strike on the shopping mall.

All that is left is the mangled shell of the building.


The area is eerily quiet: the only sound is that of the rescuers moving debris as they search for people underneath.

An official informs us that the fire has been fully extinguished, but smoke is still billowing from the building.

The mall was struck at 16:00 local time and it is not yet clear how many people were inside when it happened. But there are fears that the death toll could rise.


The Ukrainian Air Force command said the shopping centre was struck by Kh-22 missiles launched from Tu-22M3 long-range bombers. However, the BBC has been unable to verify this.

"The centre was just destroyed. Before, we had strikes on the outskirts of the city, this time around, this is the centre of the city," an eyewitness, Vadym Yudenko told the BBC.

"I'm out of words," he added. "I did not expect that something like this could happen in my town."

The missile strike took place as the leaders of Canada, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, the US and UK gathered in Germany for the G7 summit to discuss - among other things - toughening sanctions against Russia.

In addition to strongly condemning the attack, a joint statement issued by the Western leaders vowed to "continue to provide financial, humanitarian as well as military support for Ukraine, for as long as it takes".

Kremenchuk, in the Poltava province of Ukraine, is one of Ukraine's largest industrial cities, with a population of nearly 220,000 people in a 2021 census.

It is not the first time the city has been hit by missiles - there was one strike recorded in April and another 10 days ago at a nearby oil refinery.



Map Showing Kremenchuk






Speaking after the shopping mall attack, US Secretary of State Antony Blinken called it the "latest in a string of atrocities", while UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson said it would strengthen the resolve of Western allies to stand by Ukraine.

"This appalling attack has shown once again the depths of cruelty and barbarism to which the Russian leader will sink," Mr Johnson said.



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Ukraine WAR: 21,000 Alleged WAR Crimes Being Investigated, Prosecutor Says

Ukraine says it is investigating more than 21,000 WAR Crimes and crimes of aggression allegedly committed by Russia since the start of its invasion.

BBC News 7 JUL 2022.





Ukraine says it has uncovered multiple mass graves in Bucha and other towns near Kyiv that were briefly seized by Russian troops

Prosecutor General Iryna Venediktova told the BBC she was receiving reports of between 200 to 300 war crimes a day.

She admitted that many trials would be held in absentia, but stressed that it was "a question of justice" to continue with the prosecutions.

Russia invaded Ukraine on 24 February. It denies all war crimes allegations.





Speaking to the BBC's World Service Outside Source programme, Ms Venediktova warned that Russian soldiers who killed, tortured or raped civilians "should understand that it's only a question of time when they all will be in court".

She said that although her team was working in regions across Ukraine, it was unable to investigate all cases "properly and effectively" because of a lack of access to some people and areas. This was an apparent reference to Ukraine's territories occupied by Russian troops.

In May, Ms Venediktova said that about 600 suspects had already been identified and 80 prosecutions had begun.

The first Russian soldier to be put on trial in Ukraine, Sgt Vadim Shishimarin, was sentenced to life in prison for killing a civilian in May.

Ukraine says it has uncovered multiple mass graves in Bucha, Borodyanka and other towns near the capital Kyiv that were briefly seized by Russian troops.

The International Criminal Court has described Ukraine as a "crime scene", dispatching its largest team of detectives ever to the country to assist in multiple investigations.


Moscow has repeatedly denied targeting civilians.

Ukraine's prosecutors wrestle with a new role: war crimes investigators



On the ground, Ukraine's military said Russian troops were preparing for an offensive in the eastern Donetsk region, shelling several towns.

Russia captured nearly all of the neighbouring Luhansk region over the weekend, part of its attempts to seize the wider Donbas area.

In its update, Ukraine's military said its forces were under intense pressure but had so far held off Russian forces.

Residents of Slovyansk, a key city in Ukrainian hands, were earlier urged to evacuate further west - a day after a deadly Russian attack on a local market.

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky, meanwhile, said "artillery from our Western partners had started working very powerfully, so the losses of the occupiers will only increase".






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Ukraine WAR: Accounts of Russian TORTURE Emerge in Ukraine Liberated Areas

In north-eastern Ukraine, a counter-offensive has seen the nation's forces recapture swathes of territory, and drive out Russian troops.


BBC UK 14 SEP 2022




Artem says he was held by Russians in a police cell for more than 40 days, and was electrocuted




But in the newly-liberated areas, relief and sorrow are intertwined - as accounts emerge of torture and killings during the long months of Russian occupation.

Artem, who lives in the city of Balakliya in the Kharkiv region, told the BBC he was held by Russians for more than 40 days, and was tortured with electrocution.

Balakliya was liberated on 8 September after being occupied for more than six months. The epicentre of the brutality was the city's police station, which Russian forces used as their headquarters.

Artem said he could hear screams of pain and terror coming from other cells.

The occupiers made sure the cries could be heard, he said, by turning off the building's noisy ventilation system.

"They turned it off so everyone could hear how people scream when they are shocked with electricity," he told us. "They did this to some of the prisoners every other day... They even did this to the women".

And they did it to Artem, though in his case only once.

"They made me hold two wires," he said.

"There was an electric generator. The faster it went, the higher the voltage. They said, 'if you let it go, you are finished'. Then they started asking questions. They said I was lying, and they started spinning it even more and the voltage increased."

Artem told us he was detained because the Russians found a picture of his brother, a soldier, in uniform. Another man from Balakliya was held for 25 days because he had the Ukrainian flag, Artem said.

A school principal called Tatiana told us she was held in the police station for three days and also heard screams from other cells.

We visited the police station, and saw the Lord's Prayer scratched on the wall of one of the cramped cells, alongside markings to indicate how many days had passed.

Ukrainian police officers say as many as eight men were held in cells intended for two people. They say locals were scared to even pass the station when the Russians were in charge, in case they were grabbed by Russian soldiers.

A wrecked Russian military vehicle abandoned after Ukrainian troops liberated the town of Balakliya, Ukraine, 11 September 2022




Destroyed military vehicles abandoned by Russian forces line the roads of Balakliya



In Balakliya's city centre, where the Ukrainian flag flies again, crowds gathered around a small truck carrying food supplies. Many in the queue were elderly and looked exhausted, but there were happy reunions too as friends embraced each other for the first time since the Russians were driven out.

Just a short walk away at the end of a lonely laneway, some of their victims lie hastily buried by their neighbours. A crude wooden cross marked the makeshift grave of a taxi driver called Petro Shepel. His passenger - whose identity is still unknown - lies next to him.

The stench of death filled the air as the police exhumed their remains, and zipped them into body bags.



The authorities say the two men were shot near a Russian checkpoint on the last day of the occupation.

Petro's mother, Valentyna, looked on as the bodies were exhumed, and she railed against the Russians who killed her only son.

"I want to ask Putin, why did he shoot and kill my son?" she cried.

"What for? Who asked him to come here with such threatening weapons? Not only did he kill our children, but he kille

d us, their mothers.

"These days I am a dead woman. And I want to address all mothers of the world: rebel against that assassin."


On the road to Balakliya, we saw military vehicles marked with the pro-war "Z" symbol - apparently abandoned by the Russians as they fled.

In a nearby village, we were shown the extensive damage to the school. Local authorities said this was one of the last acts of destruction before the Russians were driven out.

Standing in the ruins, the regional head of Kharkiv, Oleh Syniehubov, said the critical task now was to restore water and electricity supplies, but there are concerns the power lines could be mined.

Asked by the BBC if he thought the Russians could return he replied: "We are in war, there is always danger".



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Ukraine Mass Burial Site With 440 Bodies Discovered in Izium, Says Police Chief

Evidence of Genocide: Zelenskyy Says There is Evidence of Genocide in Recapture Ukrainian Towns


Volodymyr Zelenskiy likens discovery to Bucha massacre carried out by Russian forces, as officials begin forensic investigations


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Ukraine mass burial site with 440 bodies discovered in Izium, says police chief



Volodymyr Zelenskiy likens discovery to Bucha massacre carried out by Russian forces, as officials begin forensic investigations

Volodymyr Zelenskiy has accused Russia of “leaving death everywhere” after Ukrainian authorities said they had found a mass grave in a forest in the north-eastern city of Izium containing more than 440 bodies.

Ukraine’s president likened the find, in an area recaptured this week from Russian forces, to the previous mass killings of civilians in the cities of Bucha, outside Kyiv, and Mariupol.

Speaking in a video address on Thursday night, Zelenskiy called on the world to “hold Russia to real account for this war”.

“Russia leaves death everywhere and it must be held responsible for that,” he declared. “The necessary procedures have already begun [in Izium]”.



Video from Izium showed a sandy pine forest dotted with graves. Wooden crosses marked the locations.

One hand-written sign read: “Ukraine armed forces, 17 people, Izium city, [taken] from morgue.” A few listed numbers – 345, 347, 444. Others had no inscriptions at all.


Serhiy Bolvinov, the chief police investigator for Kharkiv region, told Sky News some of the people had died as a result of shelling and airstrikes. He said forensic investigations would be carried out on every grave. A process of mass exhumations would begin shortly.

“I can say it is one of the largest burial sites in a big town in liberated [areas] … 440 bodies were buried in one place,” he said.

Oleh Kotenko, Ukraine’s missing persons ombudsman who visited the forest on Thursday, said some graves contained names and dates. Corpses of Ukrainian soldiers were taken in a van from the local morgue and tossed into a mass grave in black sacks, he said.

Citing video posted by Russian soldiers on social media, he said there were probably more than 17 bodies in one location. “We haven’t counted them yet, but I think there are more than 25 or even 30,” he said. Investigators with metal detectors were scanning the site for hidden explosives.

Izium resident Sergei Gorodko said that among the hundreds buried in individual graves were dozens of adults and children killed in a Russian airstrike on an apartment building. He said he pulled some of them out of the rubble “with my own hands”.

Thousands of Russian troops fled Izium at the weekend, following a stunning Ukrainian counter-offensive. The Russians abandoned almost all of Kharkiv province and retreated to new defensive positions east of the Oskil River, about 10 miles from Izium. There was no immediate public comment from Moscow.

The Ukrainian defence ministry tweeted: “Mass graves are being discovered in Izium after liberation from the (Russians),” and it added: “the current largest burial (site) has 440 unmarked graves”.

The exact circumstances of how residents died have yet to be determined. In February and March, Russian troops killed more than 1,400 people in the Kyiv region, including in the suburb of Bucha, during their failed attempt to seize the Ukrainian capital.

They rounded up, interrogated and executed hundreds of civilians. Most of the victims were men. They also included the female heads of villages, who were shot and buried with their families, and parents and children gunned down as they tried to drive to safety.

‘People disappeared’: Izium’s residents on Russia’s occupation



Dozens of bombed-out apartment buildings in Izium’s city centre lie derelict along roads covered with the debris of what has been one of this war’s most fierce battles, resulting in the deaths of at least 1,000 people, according to Ukrainian officials.

On Wednesday, the city – described as a second Mariupol because of the heavy bombardments it has suffered – was visited by the outside world for the first time after its recapture.

The Russian army killed more than 20,000 people in Mariupol, a south-eastern city on the Sea of Azov, according to Kyiv. Russian troops encircled the port in early March and systematically bombed it until mid-May, attacking from land, sea and air.


Survivors buried loved ones in makeshift graves next to their apartment blocks and in children’s playgrounds. Others were left entombed in the basements and cellars of high-rise apartment blocks pulverised by Russian strikes. Bodies remained there for weeks.

Russia has repeatedly denied it targets civilians or has committed war crimes.




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Russian Detainees Expose Moscow Police Officer Who TORTURED Them

BBC News 25 Sept 2022



On 6 March, huge anti-war demonstrations across Russia saw more than 5,000 protesters arrested. 29 were taken to Moscow's Brateyevo Police Station for questioning.

There, an unnamed police officer wearing black subjected at least 11 young women to verbal and physical abuse, often amounting to torture. This included suffocation.


Two of the detainees recorded their ordeals and on release leaked the audio to the press. Despite international outrage and multiple calls for an investigation by a Russian politician, the authorities did not open a criminal case.

In place of one, the victims set out to find the ‘man in black’ themselves. Using a leaked database from a Russian food delivery company called Yandex, archived social media accounts, and old dating profiles,


BBC Eye’s new documentary ‘Finding My Torturer’ tells the story of how these young women came together to expose the identity of their torturer and his commanding officer.






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Freed British Hostage Delivers Tragic Final Message From Aid Worker to His Daughters

Dylan Healy and Paul Urey were ambushed while they undertook an aid mission in war-torn Ukraine. The nation is continuing to fight against Vladimir Putin's invasion

The Guardian UK 2 OCT 2022






Former chef Dylan met Paul's daughters Chelsea, 21, and Courtney, 17, a few days ago





Dylan Healy reunited with his parents Cliff and Helen in Eastbourne





Paul was diabetic and Dylan was at least able to tell Chelsea and Courtney the Russians did give him medication.

Dad-of-four Paul Urey died in his cell

Dylan knows Paul had been tortured too and had to break the grim news to his daughters Chelsea and Courtney Coman



Tragic aid worker Paul Urey sent a message to his girls, telling them: “I love you so much.”

Paul, 45, died in Ukraine, where he and Brit pal Dylan Healy, 22, were tortured.

Dylan told grieving sisters Courtney and Chelsea: “Your dad loved you and thought about you every day.”

A freed Briton today tells how he and a fellow aid worker endured a mock execution and were relentlessly tortured by Russian troops.

Dylan Healy and Paul Urey were ambushed during an aid mission in Ukraine, ordered out of their cars and forced to kneel by the roadside.

One soldier ****ed his gun... and Dylan feared the worst. But it was a sick hoax as the man fired a shot into the ground between them... and the men were bundled off to a prison.

After their ordeal, the pair vowed to each other that if the worst ever did happen to one of them, the other would contact their family.

And after father-of-four Paul, 45, later died in captivity, Dylan kept that pledge during an emotional meeting with his pal’s daughters Courtney, 17, and Chelsea, 21.

They met just days ago – when Dylan had the grim task of explaining how he and Paul had been tortured... but he also had a special message for the girls.

Dylan, 22, tells the Sunday Mirror: “Me and Paul promised that if anything happened we would speak to each other’s families.

“He said, ‘Let my family know I love them, that I thought about them every day.’ I never thought I’d have to do it – after we were captured, I thought we’d both die.”

And he told the girls: “He was desperate to make it home to see you.”

Courtney says: “It was difficult hearing what Dad went through, but at least we know the truth now.

“At one point there were reports he’d been dismembered. That was awful, but thankfully untrue.”

She and Chelsea, of Warrington, were forced to raise £10,000 to repatriate his body after the Foreign Office refused to pay.

The body is now in the UK and a post-mortem will be held before Paul can be laid to rest.

Dylan Healy details 'mock execution' moment to Paul Urey's daughters

Dylan – who says he has survivor’s guilt over Paul’s death – donated the final £60 to help hit their target.

He says: “I was nervous meeting his daughters but it was good... like I’ve known them for years.”

Chelsea says the meeting was a relief, adding: “I’m so grateful we heard it from him and not someone else.

"We didn’t want to pressure Dylan, didn’t want him to think he was being interrogated again. We’re just so happy he agreed to meet us.”

The sisters have invited Dylan to attend Paul’s funeral.

Dylan, who was freed on September 21 with four other Brits, says he was beaten with batons, tortured with electric prongs and waterboarded as his captors tried to extract a confession.

Recalling the mock execution, he says: “All the gunman had to do was pull the trigger and we were gone. We were silent. He asked us if we had any last words and we said no.

"Then he fired a shot into the mud in the middle of the two of us. Paul went, ‘That was a close one’.”

It was a terrifying start to months of mistreatment before Paul’s death in captivity on July 10.

His captors cited “stress and medical reasons”, but Ukraine suggested there were signs of torture after the body was released.

Dylan’s life changed when Russia invaded Ukraine on February 24.

An Arsenal fan, he lived in Ely, Cambs, and worked as a hotel chef. Appalled by Vladimir Putin ’s aggression, Dylan went to join the Ukrainian Foreign Legion, despite only ever being in the Army Cadets. Parents Helen and Cliff backed him.

Dylan says: “They were really supportive, they said, ‘Go, do it – but make sure to come home’. They were chilled, but Mum cried at the station.”

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Burying The Dead in Bucha

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Investigating War Crimes in Ukraine and Tracking Down Russian Soldiers

The Fifth Estate 6 Nov 2022


In Ukrainian villages where Russian soldiers have retreated, war crimes investigators have moved in. The Fifth Estate shows you some of what’s been discovered and reveals what happened when some Russian soldiers were tracked down by journalists — including a surprising confession.


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MH17: Ukraine Plane Crash MURDER Trial Draws to a Close

In 2014 a Passenger Jet Was Shot Down by Russia Over Eastern Ukraine, Killing All 298 People on Board.


BBC 17 NOV 2022.





Eight years later, judges at a Dutch high security court near Schiphol Airport will deliver a verdict on three Russians and one Ukrainian accused of mass murder.



The missile attack was one of the most notorious war crimes in Ukraine before allegations of atrocities there became an almost daily reality.

Many of the victims' relatives believe if the world had reacted differently, and taken a tougher stance against Russia eight years ago, the invasion of Ukraine and the geopolitical instability that has followed could have been avoided.

On 17 July 2014, 298 people, including 80 children and 15 crew, boarded Malaysia Airlines flight 17 to Kuala Lumpur at Amsterdam's Schiphol Airport.

The plane was cruising at 33,000 feet over Ukraine. It was the early days of Russia's efforts to control parts of the country.

At the time this was a relatively low-level conflict zone, but fighting had recently expanded into the air. In the preceding months a number of military planes had been shot down.

In response, Ukraine closed the airspace at lower altitudes - up to 32,000 feet. But planes were still crossing the country.

The Malaysia Airlines Boeing 777 was flying 1,000 feet above this restricted airspace.

At 13:20 GMT, it lost contact with air traffic control.




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Most people on board came from the Netherlands, followed by Malaysia and Australia. They had packed for dream holidays, an Aids conference, family reunions and more. In a flash, all plans for the future were obliterated.



"I still miss them," says Silene Fredriksz, her walls adorned with snapshots of son Bryce and his girlfriend Daisy. The young lovers were heading to Bali, a treat after a difficult year.

Forward to 2022 and Moscow's invasion of Ukraine in February opened up barely healed wounds.

"It was heartbreaking for us," Silene says. She is convinced the current conflict could have been avoided had the world taken a harder line in 2014.

"Putin has never been stopped, and still has not been stopped. And he will not stop until he is stopped," Silene said. I hope the world wakes up now, because we knew it already eight years ago."

Daisy and Bryce were sitting in row 17 when the plane was shot down

Russia has always denied any involvement and instead pumped out a range of alternative theories - suggesting a Ukrainian fighter jet fired the missile, or that Ukrainian government forces were responsible, and in some cases fabricated evidence to support their claims. These have in turn been diligently debunked with material gathered by a team of international investigators.

The team found the disintegration of the plane in mid-air was caused by the detonation of a Russian-made 9N314M-type warhead carried on the 9M38M1 missile, launched from the eastern part of Ukraine using a Buk missile system.

Eliot Higgins, founder of the investigative platform Bellingcat, delved into the open source evidence. His team identified links with Russia's 53rd Anti Aircraft Missile Brigade, and trawled through 200 soldiers' social media posts to confirm the identity and role of many members of the unit based at a Russian military barracks in Kurst. Bellingcat shared their findings with Dutch prosecutors. He believes the trial has laid bare indisputable proof of Russia's involvement.

"I think at this point, and especially with a guilty verdict," Eliot told us, "anyone who would claim that Russia wasn't involved with this shoot down is really a ridiculous person".

Based on his findings, Eliot Higgins believes the events of 2014 and 2022 are inextricably linked.



"People were just turning a blind eye to it, policymakers just weren't comfortable with calling out Russia in a way they really should have done. And they didn't react in the way that could have prevented the invasion in 2022.

I think there should have been more military support for Ukraine, there should have been more sanctions, there should have been a stronger response than we saw at the time. There could have been preventative measures that would have saved a lot of lives."


The trial has been an opportunity to cut through Russian disinformation.

"There was the disaster itself. But the next disaster, I would say, was that Russia never cooperated. And that gave extra pain for all of us. And why was that necessary? Just say sorry," Hans de Borst tells us, as he shows us holiday photos of his 17-year-old daughter Elsemiek.

Hans de Borst's only child Elsemiek was on board flight MH17

He holds tight to the memories, as well as Elsemiek's passport and boarding pass, recovered intact from the wreckage.

Families at the epicentre of the MH17 disaster invested their faith in the investigation led by the Netherlands.

"It is extremely important to me," he says stoically, "because it's that feeling of justice needing to be done in a world that kills people who just go on holiday. If justice is not being done then your whole feeling of a good world doesn't exist anymore. So getting justice brought to you by so many people gives a good feeling and I hope, will give some peace about this subject."

Piecing together clues including intercepted telephone calls, eyewitness accounts and even metal fragments found in the bodies of the crew, investigators were able to establish the type of weapon, track its route - from a military barracks in Russia, across the border to the launch site in pro-Russian separatist controlled eastern Ukraine - and identify key suspects.

They are three Russians and one Ukrainian. The most prominent of them is Igor Girkin, who prosecutors say is a former colonel in Russia's intelligence service the FSB.

The Kremlin has dismissed the legal proceedings and all suspects refused to appear in court. They were tried in absentia. Only one, Oleg Pulatov, employed a team of Dutch lawyers to defend him in court.

The judgment is unlikely to result in anyone serving time in jail for this mass murder, but the investigation has created an incontestable historical record and delivered the families some peace of mind.

"We will never get our children back," Silene Fredriksz accepts, "but… we need the truth. And we need justice. This is a small part of our justice."




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MH17: Three Guilty as Court Finds Russia-Controlled Group Downed Airliner

A Dutch court has found three men guilty of murder for shooting down a passenger jet over eastern Ukraine in 2014, killing 298 people.

BBC News 18 NOV 2022.





The court found that a Russian-made missile supplied from Russia and fired by an armed group under Russian control brought down flight MH17.

The men - two Russians and one Ukrainian - were found guilty in absentia and sentenced to life in jail. A third Russian was acquitted.

The missile attack was one of the most notorious war crimes in Ukraine before allegations of atrocities there became an almost daily reality.




Many of the victims' relatives believe if the world had reacted differently, and taken a tougher stance against Russia eight years ago, the invasion of Ukraine and the geopolitical instability that has followed could have been avoided.

The judges ruled that it was a deliberate action to bring down a plane, even though the three found guilty had intended to shoot down a military not a civilian aircraft.


Igor Girkin, the military leader of the so-called Donetsk People's Republic, was convicted of deploying the missile and seeking Russian help.

Oleg Pulatov was the only one of the four accused to have legal representation at the trial. The judges acquitted him, although they found he knew about the missile.

On 17 July 2014, 298 people, including 80 children and 15 crew, boarded Malaysia Airlines flight 17 to Kuala Lumpur at Amsterdam's Schiphol Airport.

The plane was cruising at 33,000 feet over Ukraine. It was the early days of Russia's efforts to control parts of the country.

At the time this was a relatively low-level conflict zone, but fighting had recently expanded into the air. In the preceding months a number of military planes had been shot down.

In response, Ukraine closed the airspace at lower altitudes - up to 32,000 feet. But planes were still crossing the country.



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Russia Strikes Are Crime Against Humanity, Zelenskiy Tells UN, as Power Cut in Ukraine and Moldova

Ukraine WAR: Zelensky Denounces Russian TERROR in UN Address


Ukraine’s president labels Russia’s strikes on energy sites as crimes against humanity, as G7 discussions to cap Russian oil prices reportedly hit a set-back


The Guardian UK 24 NOV 2022.





A power cut plunged Lviv in western Ukraine into darkness





President Volodymyr Zelensky has accused Russia of "crimes against humanity" after a new missile barrage caused blackouts across Ukraine.

He told the UN Security Council via videolink that the Russian "formula of terror" had forced "millions of people to stay without energy supplies, without heating, without water" in sub-zero cold.

The strikes killed at least seven people, Ukraine said.

Nuclear power plants went off-line.




The three plants still under Ukrainian control were disconnected from the grid and the Zaporizhzhia plant - Europe's largest - was forced again to rely on diesel generators to power its cooling systems and key safety equipment.

The International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) has voiced great concern about the Russian-controlled Zaporizhzhia plant, which has suffered damage from repeated shelling.

Neighbouring Moldova also experienced massive blackouts on Wednesday, but was not directly hit.

With winter setting in, Moscow has stepped up strikes on Ukraine's energy infrastructure.

Officials say Russia's missile strikes on power stations have caused "colossal" damage and left more than half of the country's grid in need of repair.

Late on Wednesday Mr Zelensky said the situation in Kyiv remained "very difficult" and efforts would continue through the night to restore electricity.

Mayor Vitali Klitschko said at least 80% of the capital's residents had no power or running water.

But Mr Zelensky said some other cities hit by Russian missiles had managed to restore power, including Lviv, Odesa and Cherkasy.


'Cowardly and Inhumane'


The US ambassador to the UN, Linda Thomas-Greenfield, said Russian President Vladimir Putin was "weaponising winter" to inflict immense suffering.

"Having struggled on the battlefield, Moscow is now adopting a cowardly and inhumane strategy that punishes Ukrainian men, women and children," she said.

In the southern Zaporizhzhia region, a newborn baby was killed when a missile hit a maternity unit, emergency services said.

General Valeriy Zaluzhniy - the commander of Ukraine's armed forces - said 67 cruise missiles were launched by Moscow, with air defences successfully intercepting 51.

Russia also deployed attack drones
again, Ukraine's military said.


Most of Ukraine's thermal and hydro-electric power plants were also forced to shut down, the energy ministry said.

Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov did not comment on the attacks during a visit to the Armenian capital Yerevan, but stated that the "future and success of the special operation" - Moscow's term for its war in Ukraine - "are beyond doubt".

Moscow has said that attacking Ukraine's power grid could weaken Kyiv's ability to fight and drive its leaders to the negotiating table.

Kyiv requested the UN Security Council meeting, and Mr Zelensky urged the UN to do more to help Ukraine.

French President Emmanuel Macron tweeted that Russia's strikes against civilian infrastructure constituted a war crime, following similar comments from the US.

Earlier the European Parliament designated Russia a "state sponsor of terrorism" over its attack on Ukraine.

Soon after the parliament resolution was passed the Strasbourg assembly's website went down, because of what EU officials described as a denial-of-service attack by "pro-Kremlin" hackers.


Blackouts in Moldova


More than half of Moldova was left without electricity, deputy prime minister Andrei Spinu wrote on Twitter. He said the attack on Ukraine's energy infrastructure had caused a "massive blackout".

Within a few hours power was restored in much of the capital, Chisinau, where a third of the Moldovan population lives.

Moldova also experienced widespread power cuts as a result of strikes on Ukraine on 15 November, Mr Spinu said. Mobile networks were also badly affected.

Energy policy analyst Sergiu Tofilat said that as Moldova and Ukraine were connected to the European grid in March, one of the connection points on the power line between Moldova and neighbouring Romania shut down automatically if Ukraine was hit to protect the system: "We reconnect once Ukraine has assessed the damage."

In response to the outages, Moldovan President Maia Sandu said Russia had "left Moldova in the dark".

"Russia's war in Ukraine kills people, destroys residential blocks and energy infrastructure with missiles," she wrote on Facebook. "But the electricity supply can be restored. We will solve the technical problems and we will have light again. All state institutions are working in this direction."



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Dramatic Arrest of Russian Couple in Sweden Shines Light on Putins’ Web of SPIES

Russian couple arrested in ‘Operation Spear’ in Sweden on suspicion of serious espionage


BBC News 28 NOV 2022








An operation by the Swedish Security Service (SAPO) resulted in the arrest of a married Russian couple in their 60s, on suspicion of espionage.

Elite police abseiling from Black Hawk helicopters carried out a lightning-fast dawn raid on the Stockholm home of Sergey Skvortsov and Elena Koulkova earlier this week. A dramatic arrest of a seemingly normal Russian couple living in a wealthy Swedish suburb could shine of light on Putin’s web of spies.

Elite police abseiling from Black Hawk helicopters carried out a raid....


A married couple was arrested during ‘Operation Spear’ by the Swedish Security Service (SAPO) in the early hours of Tuesday, November 22. They were apprehended on suspicion of alleged espionage. The couple were both aged in their 60s and Russian nationals, according to omni.se.

In a statement from the security police, they confirmed the operation, pointing out that the couple were not present when the raid took place so they were arrested in their absence. A third person was taken in for questioning they added.

Swedish intelligence analyst Tony Ingesson @tonyingesson, reported that one of the detainees faces charges of gross illicit intelligence collection. They are believed to have gathered information on Sweden and another third unnamed foreign power for at least 10 years. The spouse is suspected of aiding and abetting the other.



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Sun's Defence Editor Jerome Starkey Discovers Russian Soldiers Stole Human Remains in Ukraine

The Sun 28 Nov 2022



THE Sun's Defence Editor Jerome Starkey discovers Russian soldiers 'stole human remains' from a sacred crypt in southern Ukraine.




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Putins’ Top Propagandists Openly Talks of Russia Losing to Ukraine and Being Tried in Hague

BBC 4 DEC 2022




Russian TV Hosts Urge Return to 'Freedom,' Throw Top Brass Under the Bus....





Russian propagandists openly discuss fears within the Kremlin over the outcome of Russia losing the war in Ukraine.

Russian TV hosts Margarita Simonyan and Vladimir Solovyov openly speculated on the aftermath of a defeat of Russia in Ukraine for Vladimir Putin's inner circle.

Simonyan's chilling monologue referenced the war crimes trials at the Hague for the Russian leader...

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