The stories coming out of an Eastern European war are exceptionally gruesome and have seemingly turned the world against Vlad & his Russkies.
Also . . . For Americans and most progressives, they're a great distraction against historic inflation, rising gas prices and threat of a recession here at home.
Accordingly . . . Here's a peek at local organizing . . .
"Join us as we light a candle in memory of all the lives lost in Ukraine 🇺🇦 in light of the recent horrific revelations about the massacres in Bucha, Irpin, Hostomel, and the surrounding areas, and to support all the Ukrainians suffering at the hands of the Russian aggressors."
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From the early days of the war in Ukraine, President Volodymyr Zelenskyy has accused Russia of committing war crimes. That charge has been echoed by officials from the U.S. and its allies as the conflict has progressed.
Russia claims Bucha civilian massacre faked as a "provocation" as outrage builds over Ukraine war atrocities
CBS News Dnipro, Ukraine - Russian forces have withdrawn from around Ukraine's capital Kyiv, but there has been no celebration in the country. What they've left behind is difficult to comprehend, and even more difficult to see. CBS News warns our readers that both the video report above and the article below contain disturbing material.
After new reports of atrocities in Ukraine, President Joe Biden called for a war crimes trial against Russian President Vladimir Putin. And the time to act on climate change is now, according to a new report. 👋 Hey! Laura here, and I've got all the news you need to know Monday.
Amid overwhelming evidence that Russian forces have committed war crimes during an unprovoked war of aggression in Ukraine, Ukrainian officials were confronted this week with video that appeared to show Ukrainian soldiers shooting captive Russian soldiers in the legs.
Editor's Note: Please be aware that some of the images in this story are graphic. Even before the outrage over hundreds of civilians reportedly killed in Bucha, Ukraine was accusing Russia of committing a number of war crimes, and many experts have backed those claims. President Biden on Monday called for Russian President Vladimir Putin to face awar crimes trial.
NEWYou can now listen to Fox News articles! Pentagon press secretary John Kirby said the evidence Russians were committing war crimes in Ukraine was "devastating, disgusting and sickening" on a " Your World" interview with host Neil Cavuto Monday. The Pentagon spokesman also responded to Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov's claim that no war crimes have been committed in Ukraine.
Kremlin officials have rejected accusations that Russian soldiers killed civilians in northern Ukraine, saying images of graves and corpses had been manufactured in order to smear Russia. Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov said Monday U.S. leaders should examine their own consciences before accusing Russian President Vladimir Putin of war crimes.
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