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The Russian military used the dump in Kherson to burn corpses, probably those of their dead comrades. The Guardian writes about this, citing statements from local residents.
The interlocutors of the publication said that they saw how trucks filled with black bags arrived at the dump, which were then burned. At the same time, the sharp smell of burnt hair was felt in the air.
At the entrance to the landfill, a checkpoint was set up, and local residents were not allowed to enter the territory.
The Guardian notes that these claims were confirmed by dozens of local interlocutors, but emphasizes that it is not possible to independently confirm the stories.
The Ukrainian authorities did not comment on the publication. An unnamed local official said the Ukrainian side was “not interested in enemy burials.”
What else did the Russian military do in Kherson
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- “If there is a hell on Earth, then it was here” The Washington Post spoke about the prison in Kherson, where the Russian military tortured detainees
- “It was ethnic cleansing” What residents of liberated Kherson say about the Russian occupation