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Ukrainian war crime videos making peace harder to achieve

Johnny Miller
Press TV, Donbass

Russian prisoners of war being executed by Ukrainian soldiers. Multiple such videos have been released on Ukrainian Telegram channels.

The most recent one shows 11 Russian soldiers shot in the head after being detained. While both sides are accusing each other of war crimes, Kiev is openly flaunting the crimes committed at the hands of its troops.

At a press conference in Lugansk, Dmitry, a Russian soldier, recounts what happened when he was captured on the frontline.

On the screen, gruesome images. Russian authorities say they have evidence of torture and a lack of provision of basic medical care, leading to unnecessary deaths.

As Russia continues to destroy the energy infrastructure in Ukraine and kill Ukrainian soldiers on the frontlines in Donbass, and as Ukraine continues to shell civilians in Donetsk and release videos of its war crimes, anger is reaching new levels on both sides, making peace between the two sides an even more distant prospect.

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