Russia claims war atrocities are the work of British actors | 7NEWS

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The Ukrainian President has detailed intelligence that warns chemical weapons could be used by Russian forces to take control of the besieged city of Mariupol. In a new denial at the United Nations, Russian diplomats declared the many atrocities are fake and being performed by British actors.

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