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Zelenskyy calls for Russian to protest, face 'repressive machine' | USA TODAY


Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy called on Russian citizens to protest against the war after images spread of atrocities in Bucha, Ukraine.

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Days after Russian forces retreated from the Kyiv area, investigators and volunteers are beginning the long, grim work of chronicling what U.S. officials have described as a “troubling campaign” of brutality against civilians.

Ukrainian officials say the bodies of more than 400 civilians were found in towns around Kyiv after Russian forces withdrew. In Bucha, more than 320 civilians were killed, Mayor Anatolii Fedoruk said Wednesday.

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