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Ukraine accuses Russia of forcibly deporting children

by: Sayantan Barua

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Ukraine accuses Russia of forcibly deporting children

by: Sayantan Barua

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TW Newsdesk, May 14: Ukraine claimed on May 13 that Russia had forcibly deported more than 210,000 children since its invasion on Feb. 24 and accused Moscow of allegedly forcibly making them Russian citizens.

Human rights ombudswoman Lyudmyla Denisova stated the children were among 1.2 million Ukrainians who Kyiv said have been deported against their will. Moscow has denied intentionally targeting civilians since starting of the special military operation in Ukraine and stated that it is offering humanitarian aid to those who wish to leave Russia.

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