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Russian-Ukrainian war – latest news: Kyiv rights chief releases video of Russian “torture chamber” in Kherson

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Ukraine’s top human rights investigator has released video of an alleged torture chamber used by Russian forces in Kherson, where captured residents were given electric shocks.

Messages reading ‘Pray to God for us’ and ‘God give us strength’ were found on the walls of the room, Ukraine’s Defense Ministry said, sharing the evidence today.

“No matter what language you spoke, the slightest disobedience to the occupiers was enough to send you to the dungeon,” the defense ministry said.

On the front lines of the battle in eastern Ukraine, intense fighting has not ceased, the Ukrainian military said that Moscow’s occupying forces appeared to be more active in Donetsk.

It comes as Moscow declined to give details of a warning message issued by the CIA director in Moscow this week about the consequences of any Russian nuclear strike on Ukraine.

It was the first known high-level direct contact between representatives from Moscow and Washington since Russia invaded Ukraine in February.


Heavy fighting continues in eastern Ukraine

Intense fighting and Russian missile attacks continue to rain down on Ukrainian positions in several regions with no letup visible in heavy fighting in Donetsk in the east, the Ukrainian military said last night as forces occupying Moscow seemed more active.

Elsewhere, Russian attacks hit gas production facilities and a major missile factory in fresh missile strikes on critical infrastructure in the country, Ukrainian officials said.

Arpan RaiNovember 18, 2022 04:54


Video of Russian “torture chamber” in Kherson released by Ukraine

A senior Ukrainian human rights official has shared a video of a room allegedly used by Russian forces to torture people in the Kherson region, saying the place could hold 25 people at a time who n were not allowed to use the toilet.

The Ukrainian parliament’s human rights commissioner, Dmytro Lubinets, showed a series of bare underground rooms with grimy walls and floors that he said were used for detentions, interrogations and torture.

Russian forces used electric shocks to extract a confession, the senior official said.

“They asked the questions they wanted and got the answers they wanted,” said a man who said he was held in one of the rooms for 24 days.

The man said he was tied to a chair and subjected to recurrent electric shocks “until he lost consciousness” and, after a pause, the process resumed.

“One after another. They prepared a bunch of questions and wrote whatever they wanted,” he said in the video.

Arpan RaiNovember 18, 2022 04:40


Hello, welcome to our coverage of the war in Ukraine on Friday, November 18.

Arpan RaiNovember 18, 2022 03:30

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