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Bodies of butchered Russian soldiers left after looting of Ukraine city – World News

WARNING: SOOTHING CONTENT. A clip, taken in front of a flashed Russian military vehicle, shows household items looted by Russian troops after scurrying through civilian homes in Ukraine

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Russia: Footage appears to show items looted by troops

The bodies of 10 slaughtered Russian soldiers were left by their comrades and piled next to their tank, sources said.

A clip captured next to the flashed Russian military vehicle appears to show household items strewn on the ground after allegedly being looted as Vladimir Putin’s troops rushed through civilian homes in Ukraine.

Items looted in the video include saucepans, drills and even children’s toys.

In further signs that the chaotic invasion of the Kremlin was about to descend into chaos, troops were reportedly ambushed in the northeastern city of Sumy near the Russian border.

The footage was shared by German journalist Julian Ropcke, who writes for Bild.de.

He tweeted: “These Russians stole pans, toys, drills. But for this group, the Sumy raid ended in death.”






The bodies of 10 Russian soldiers are seen from the armored vehicle in which they were ambushed

A somber photo shows the bodies piled on top of each other next to the armored personnel carrier in which they ambushed.

Just a few days ago, Ukrainian sources claimed that up to 17,000 Russian soldiers were killed during the five-week war.

NATO estimates assume a significantly lower number of between 7,000 and 15,000 soldiers.

It comes after Moscow redrawn its lines of attack and ordered troops to withdraw from areas of northern Ukraine to refocus efforts on the Donbass region.






Toys and pans left behind by Russian soldiers in Sumy, Ukraine





The troops reportedly searched apartments in Sumy for the goods

Over the past few days, Ukraine has recaptured over 30 towns and villages in the Kyiv region.

As Russian soldiers leave the cities, they leave mines and booby traps in their wake, according to Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy.

And as journalists enter the “liberated” areas, evidence of alleged atrocities has surfaced – including the rape of women and children, the post-mortem mutilation of torture victims and the extrajudicial slaughter of innocent civilians.






According to Ukrainian sources, the death toll in Russia is approaching the 20,000 mark

The revelations in recent days come after Russia announced it would scale back military operations around Kyiv and refocus its efforts on the pro-Russian east.

Some have speculated that this was an attempt to limit the country’s casualties and bolster its armed forces, which are already few and far between.

In a video address released last week, President Zelenskyy said: “In the north of our country the invaders are withdrawing.






Russian troops leave northern cities and towns of Ukraine





Evidence of alleged war crimes has emerged from newly liberated Ukrainian cities and towns

“It’s slow, but noticeable. In some places they get kicked out with fights. Elsewhere they give up the positions themselves.

“They’re mining this whole territory. Houses are mined, equipment is mined, even the bodies of dead people.”

But at the time, Zelensky was unaware of the bigger picture.

In the days that followed, evidence of war crimes surfaced from formerly occupied towns like Bucha, northwest of the capital.

Zelenskyy told the UN Security Council today that soldiers cut the throats of non-combatants, raped and killed mothers in front of their children and cut out tongues “because they didn’t hear what they wanted”.

The Ukrainian leader went on to say the atrocities were “only for their amusement” and that the soldiers “cut off limbs” and “slashed theirs open”. [civillian’s] throats”.

After comparing Russian soldiers to ISIS, he added that “there is not a single crime that they (Russian forces) would not commit.”

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