Mass graves, civilian bodies discovered in Bucha, Ukraine

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Washington Post published this video item, entitled “Mass graves, civilian bodies discovered in Bucha, Ukraine” – below is their description.

Footage taken on April 3 shows mass graves and bodies of civilians lying in the streets of Bucha, a city in Ukraine near Kyiv. Parts of the footage have been blurred. Read more: https://wapo.st/3K4GmxO.

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