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Ukraine: “Azov order to shoot civilians as neo-Nazis try to leave Mariupol”


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The Azov Order neo-Nazis shot dead civilians as they tried to flee Like MariupolIn the humanitarian corridor of the M23 motorway in the direction of Novosovsk, the militants of the self-declaration of the Donetsk People’s Republic complained on its telegram channel.

Information on dead and injured

According to the same complaint, there are dead and injured. “According to preliminary reports, two civilians were killed and four were injured,” the report said.

According to the same source, about 150 soldiers of the Donetsk People’s Republic and Russian Armed Forces received a safe evacuation from the city.

The RIA news agency also broadcasts the news.

“Azov” shot dead a column of peaceful civilians from Mariupolhttps://t.co/RoNMF41PWy pic.twitter.com/WO9ZKq49Sm

– RIA Novosti (ியன் Ryanru) March 6, 2022

The evacuation of the city of Mariupol was halted again

Ukraine and Russia are blaming each other for the new suspension of the evacuation operation from Mariupol.

The evacuation of civilians living in Mariupol is scheduled for today Ukraine The mayor said this was not possible due to the Russian bombing.

The International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) has announced that this second attempt to evacuate about 200,000 civilians from a city surrounded by Russian forces and their allies has been “halted.”

The International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) said in a statement that “a second attempt to evacuate about 200,000 people from the city was halted today amid devastating scenes of human suffering in Mariupol.”


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