Ukraine VIDEOs: They Killed People Systematically: Bucha Residents Describe War Crimes By Expelled Russian Forces. / The Burned-Out Streets Of Irpin's 'Sweet Home' Neighborhood./Zelensky visited Bucha, Irpin and Stoyanka.
'They Killed People Systematically': Bucha Residents Describe War Crimes By Expelled Russian Forces By Radio Free Europe, April 4, 2022
Images of dozens of bodies lying in the streets of the village of Bucha, near Kyiv, have been seen around the world, prompting accusations of war crimes against Russian forces. RFE/RL correspondent Levko Stek traveled there on April 3 shortly after its liberation by Ukrainian forces.
Ukrainian city Bucha left strewn with civilian bodies after Russia pulls out | ITV News By ITV News, April 3, 2022
Ukraine War: Mass graves, torture and broken bodies By Sky News, April, 2022
'Unknown number of atrocities' as Russians withdraw from parts of Ukraine | ITV News By ITV News, April 4, 2022
The Burned-Out Streets Of A Ukrainian Town's 'Sweet Home' Neighborhood By Radio Free Europe, April 4, 2022
It's called the Sweet Home neighborhood -- but its streets are now burned out, the windows in the buildings are shattered. Current Time reporter Roman Sukhan visited the area during a tour of Irpin, near Kyiv, which has now been liberated from Russian forces.
The President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelensky visited the cities of the Kyiv region liberated from the Russian occupiers, in particular Bucha, Irpin and Stoyanka. He inspected roads with destroyed Russian equipment, destroyed bridges and talked to locals. The President stated that Russia had committed war crimes and genocide in Ukraine. Asked by a reporter if he thought it was still possible to discuss peace with Russia, he said yes."Yes, because Ukraine must have peace. We are in 21st century Europe. We will continue diplomatic and military efforts, "Zelensky said.