War in Ukraine: Evidence points to war crimes on road near Kiev

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Credit, Jeremy Bowen

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There are bodies and burnt-out cars strewn across this stretch of the E-40 highway in Ukraine.

Footage of Russian troops shooting a man with his hands up on a road outside Kiev in early March was shared around the world.

Now, the Russians have been expelled from this region, and the BBC’s Jeremy Bowen has checked out the dire consequences of their brief occupation.

Warning: This report has reports that may be considered disturbing.

We counted 13 bodies on a terrifying stretch of road just over 180 meters long, between Mria and Myla, villages whose Ukrainian names translate to “Dream” and “Dear.”

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