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UKRAINE: Bus Convoy Loaded With Civilians Leaves Ukraine’s Mariupol

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di Emanuele G. - domenica 3 aprile 2022 - 1913 letture

THE BIG STORY: RUSSIAN TROOPS STOLE HUMANITARIAN SUPPLIES OFF BUSES, UKRAINE SAYS

What happened: A bus convoy is taking 2,000 civilians out of the Ukrainian city of Mariupol, the scene of some of the worst devastation from Russian bombing since the attack started five weeks ago, city authorities said today, according to CNN. The convoy also brought humanitarian supplies to the city, though Ukrainian authorities said Russian forces stole food and medical supplies from 12 buses heading to the nearby city of Melitopol, UPI reports.

More context: The reported raiding of the supplies comes after reports of Russian troops running low on food, The Independent notes. Meanwhile, Russians soldiers abandoned their occupation of the Chernobyl nuclear power plant after reportedly receiving “significant doses” of radiation by digging trenches in the contaminated exclusion zone around the facility, AP reports.

Worth noting: Russian forces were recorded in unencrypted radio communications discussing the bombing of a residential building in the town of Makariv, outside Kyiv, and a Russian tank in the same town was captured on video firing on a passenger vehicle and killing the elderly couple inside, The New York Times reported.

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