Russia claims to seek out our bodies of 152 Ukrainian fighters in Mariupol metal plant

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The Russian Ministry of Protection claims to have found the our bodies of roughly 152 lifeless combatants in a van rigged to detonate.

Russian officers reported discovering the handfuls of our bodies in an Azovstol metal plant after efficiently advancing into and taking the Ukrainian metropolis of Mariupol.

The stash of corpses – stored in a van – was reportedly rigged with a booby entice meant to detonate when tampered with, according to Russian authorities

“Ukrainian troops left behind a van with 152 dead militants in underground facilities of the Azovstal steel complex in Mariupol and planted mines underneath them on Kiev’s direct instruction as a provocation against Russia,” the Russian state information company claimed. 

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A Ukrainian serviceman stands in a shelter on a position at the line of separation between Ukraine-held territory and rebel-held territory near Zolote, Ukraine, Saturday, Feb. 19, 2022. 

A Ukrainian serviceman stands in a shelter on a place on the line of separation between Ukraine-held territory and rebel-held territory close to Zolote, Ukraine, Saturday, Feb. 19, 2022. 
(AP Picture/Evgeniy Maloletka)

The Russian authorities has not but produced concrete proof of the alleged incident. Authorities cited “interrogation of captured Azov battalion militants” as their supply of data on the van and its contents.

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“When examining the van, the Russian combat engineers uncovered four mines planted beneath the bodies of the dead Ukrainian servicemen, with the total amount of explosives sufficient to wipe out all the bodies remaining in the van,” a spokesman for the protection ministry mentioned.

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A Russian army courtroom confirmed the dismissal of 115 troopers within the Nationwide Guard unwilling to help the invading forces in Ukraine. 

The guardsmen have been sacked earlier this month for his or her refusal to take part in an “operation” in Ukraine, in line with reports

Rescuers work at the site of a train that derailed northwest of Moscow after a bomb exploded.

Rescuers work on the website of a practice that derailed northwest of Moscow after a bomb exploded.
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After being terminated the troopers appealed the choice. The courtroom’s ruling is the primary affirmation from the Russian facet of the battle that troopers are actively refusing to participate within the invasion.

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