132 civilians were found shot dead in the village of Makarev outside Kyiv, according to the mayor there.
The case is updated.
Mayor Vadim Tokar told Ukrainian television that most of the victims were found in mass graves.
Toker accuses Russian soldiers who recently occupied the area of being behind the killings. The information has not been confirmed by independent sources.
According to the mayor, about 40 percent of the village is destroyed and there is no electricity or fuel. Makarev is located about 50 kilometers west of Kyiv and had a population of about 10,000 before Russia launched its offensive.
Constantly new discoveries
Reports of the killing of Ukrainian civilians have been circulating in recent days. Especially in the cities around the capital Kyiv.
On Thursday, it was reported that Russian forces had left northern Ukraine near Kyiv. According to British and American intelligence, they withdrew to Belarus and Russia
Thus, the public also had access to many cities occupied by Russian soldiers. The most talked about city so far is Potosja. The pictures and results there shocked the whole world.
Shortly after Ukrainian forces entered the city, there were reports of civilians being killed in the streets. A person with tied hands and feet.
Ukrainian authorities said they found more than 400 bodies in Bucha alone.
Attacks on Civilians
News of the discovery in Makarev on Friday comes on the same day that at least 50 people were killed when rockets landed at a crowded train station in Kramatorsk, eastern Ukraine. According to several media outlets, five of the dead were said to be children.
In addition, many were injured.
Russia was quick to point out that they are innocent. President Vladimir Putin’s spokesman, Dmitry Peskov, claimed that the Russians were not using the type of missiles that hit the train station.
– He said that no operations were carried out or planned in Kramatorsk today.
And soon the Ukrainian secret service was out of service He blamed the Russians.
The United Nations, the European Union and heads of state of a large number of countries condemned the attack.
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