Investigators find more than 440 bodies at mass grave in Ukraine

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Investigators find more than 440 bodies at mass grave in ukraine

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Sky News’ Deborah Haynes joins Tyler Mathisen and ‘The News with Shepard Smith’ to report the latest from Ukraine, and evidence of Russian atrocities from Putin’s invasion of the country.

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