@Reuters
Reuters
6 days ago
In a sign of the price Vladimir Putin may be paying for his invasion of Ukraine, servicemen near Kyiv have been loading hundreds of bodies of Russian soldiers into refrigerated rail cars to send them to their families
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@presaki
Indyan
6 days ago
@Reuters Doubtful. Must be covid videos
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@Pteropus100
Pteropus100
6 days ago
@presaki @Reuters Yeah, that must be it. Lots of Russians seem to be dying of it in Ukraine.
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@OloyedeIsrael1
Israelmao
6 days ago
@Reuters One man's arrogance sinking many lives.
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@1contemporary
1 Contemporary
6 days ago
@Reuters The media says Ukraine is doing so much damage to Russia, but Ukraine is the one being demolished.
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@RichmanMartin
Martin Richman
6 days ago
@1contemporary @Reuters 🀣🀣🀣🀣
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@AlcatrazMapfumo
Tonderai Alcatraz Mapfumo
6 days ago
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@AmutuhaireNazi2
Amutuhaire Nazil
6 days ago
@Reuters Western media should stop hoodwinking the world. The battle is in Ukraine and the most that have lost their lives are people of Ukraine but instead of telling the reality era u call them the soldiers of Russia 😭😭😭😭
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@VolodymyrDotCom
Volodymyr.com supporters πŸ‡ΊπŸ‡¦
6 days ago
@Reuters Imagine the Ukrainians, not their own people, taking care of their dead.
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@mambowanadoofr1
mambo@wanadoo.fr
6 days ago
@VolodymyrDotCom @Reuters quelle horreur , heureusement que le peuple Ukrainien est compatissant !
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