What happened in Week 7 of Russia’s assault on Ukraine: Bucha killings, rail station attack

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CBC News published this video item, entitled “What happened in Week 7 of Russia’s assault on Ukraine: Bucha killings, rail station attack” – below is their description.

This video contains graphic images that show bodies of the dead and descriptions of violence at 0:33, 1:18 – 2:35, 3:52 – 4:13 and 6:46 – 7:31.

Gruesome scenes emerged in Bucha, where the bodies of civilians lined the streets after Russian soldiers withdrew from the Kyiv region. World leaders called for war crime investigations and those remaining in eastern Ukraine rushed to flee as Russia refocused its attacks. Here’s a roundup of the devastation from April 2 to April 8.

To read more: http://cbc.ca/news/world

0:00 — Recap of Week 7

0:33 — Saturday, April 2

1:16 — Sunday, April 3

2:46 — Monday, April 4

3:24 — Tuesday, April 5

4:15 — Wednesday, April 6

5:46 — Thursday, April 7

6:46 — Friday, April 8

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