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Moscow: The war between Russia and Ukraine has been going on for more than 40 days. Russia has admitted for the first time that it has suffered heavy losses in the war. Russian military spokesman Dmitry Peskov admitted to the media on Thursday that Russia had lost a large number of soldiers in the war. Meanwhile, Dmitry did not give the death toll.

Meanwhile, Dmitry has denied involvement in the massacre. “We are saddened by the number of soldiers killed,” Dimitri told Britain’s Sky News. However, he did not provide any information about the number of Russian soldiers killed. In early March, Russia confirmed that 1,351 soldiers had been killed and a total of 3,825 were wounded.

Buka massacre pre-planned conspiracy

“We deny that the Russian military has done anything like this in Bucharest,” Dmitry told Sky News. He further stated that the photographs of the slain Ukrainian civilians were a pre-planned conspiracy to defame Russia. We deny the authenticity of this photo.

 

The United States suspends Russia from the United Nations

The United Nations General Assembly on Thursday suspended Russia from being one of the world’s top human rights organizations. The United States passed a resolution suspending Russia from the United Nations Human Rights Council (UNHRC). In the 193-member General Assembly (UNGA), 93 votes were cast in favor of the resolution, while 58 countries, including India, did not participate. There were 24 votes against the motion titled ‘Suspension Rights of the Russian Federation’s Membership in the Human Rights Council’. The motion was passed.

 

Video of Russian soldiers killing civilians goes viral

US Ambassador Linda Thomas Greenfield launched a campaign to suspend Russia from the 47-member Human Rights Council after photos and videos surfaced of Russian soldiers killing Russian soldiers in the Ukrainian city of Bucha. Russia has now been expelled from the UNHRC. Russia is the second country to be stripped of UNHRC membership. The General Assembly suspended Libya from the council in 2011.

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