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A mum was tied to a chair and forced to watch as depraved Russian soldiers raped her 11-year-old son, it has been claimed.
It's the latest barbaric tale to emerge from the Ukrainian warzone.
Russian troops are reported to have raped the boy in the town of Bucha, which has been the scene of what are thought to be widespread atrocities.
Ukraine’s Parliamentary Commissioner for Human Rights Lyudmila Denisova said five soldiers also sexually assaulted a 14-year-old girl, who had fallen pregnant as a result, reports The Sun.
Meanwhile, it has also been claimed that Russian soldiers had it has also been claimed more than 120,000 Ukrainian children.
A number of them had reportedly been raped and thousands had allegedly been smuggled over the Russian border.
The war in Ukraine has become increasingly barbaric, with governments around the world accusing Vladimir Putin and his military of carrying out war crimes and genocide.
In a Facebook video, Ukrainian official Oleksandr Vilkul said he had found things that made his “blood run cold in [his] veins”.
Vilkul, the head of the military administration of Kryvyi Rih, added: “While rebuilding a peaceful life in the villages liberated in the Kherson region, a task we are currently working on, we are confronted with more and more horror stories,” he said.
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"For example, the rape of a 16-year-old pregnant girl and a 78-year-old grandmother in one of the villages towards Ingulets.”
News of the latest horrific rape story comes after one of Putin’s soldiers was arrested back in Russia following the publication of a video showing a baby being raped.
The sicko, Alexei Bychkov, was said to have filmed himself abusing the baby.
Bychkov was held in his home country on Saturday after the sick clip emerged on social media.
Bychkov is also alleged to have shared other videos of child abuse with his friends and colleagues.
- Vladimir Putin
- Russia Ukraine war
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