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ah, ah ah, ah ah, this is dw news live from berlin. the world condemns apparent atrocities by russian forces in ukraine. lawyers investigating possible war crimes have found hundreds of dead civilians. and there is evidence of torture and abuse. germany's leader says western allies that will impose more sanctions on russia in response also on the show missile strike, the strategic port of odessa, russia says it targeted critical infrastructure, but ukrainians fear that moscow is planning to step up. it's been bartman and
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hungary is national as prime minister heads for reelection, hard line russia supporter victor or bond sees off a group of opposition parties which united against him. ah, a marion evanston. it's good to have you with us. western leaders have condemned to parent atrocities committed by russian forces in ukraine. the united states and nato have express horror at the discovery of mass graves. the german chancellor says the west will impose more sanctions against russia. ukraine's government says its troops have regained control of the area around the capital key. if officials report that hundreds of civilians have been found in boucher and other previously occupied towns and villages. many of the victims were brutalized. ukraine's
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president vladimir zalinski has accused russia of genocide. moscow denies the allegations a warning to our viewers. this next report contains images that some may find disturbing. the debris of war, a graveyard of tanks stands as evidence of rushes, sudden retreat and ukraine's determination to defend the area around keith. but the litter of russian hardware isn't the only sign of conflict, buildings scorched and destroyed, entire neighborhoods devastated and alongside that the grim reminders of the very human cost of conflict. bodies lie on the streets, suggesting indiscriminate killing an evidence of possible war crimes. even in death, the bodies have been afforded little dignity ukrainian soldiers fear russian forces might have hidden explosives in the corpses as they left. it was something ukrainian president vladimir lensky included in this warning message many. so the
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occupants withdrawal is revealing a catastrophic situation. and there is still so much danger do not doubt this, as strikes could continue, and they are setting booby traps everywhere in houses, even in the bodies of those killed. there are many trap flaws and other dangerous. amid the trauma, though, is a sense of relief that the russians have left with residents coming together, sharing meals and a sense of victory after weeks of living in constant fear. the summer will be well, everything will be wonderful for the laundry. hans didn't shelling for more than a month when everything was gone, the water was gone. light gas, everything was gone at once. then the internet was gone. so then the phone communications went down. this we found ourselves cut off from the whole world so that they are going to be ships you will mirror. but the death and destruction all around shade the huge price paid in the past weeks. every 40, every corpse is
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a friend, or neighbor, a mother or brother, miss wellington landscaping, honest man who loved. and they simply shame the city and in full knowledge, crushed him to death with a rush and pang residence here. no, this retreat does not indicate an end to the wolf. ukraine is preparing for what may come next as russia regroups. it forces for attacks in other parts of the country. joining us now from the ukrainian capital camp is our correspondence. nick connelly. good evening to you, nick. so we understand that you actually spent the day in the north eastern key of region where ukrainian forces say they've retaken territory from retreating russian troops. can you tell us what you saw there and what you heard? so i saw a lot of burnt out russian tanks, russian military vehicles and craters seemingly in almost every yard where we were
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in the small town where the russians had been basically since the beginning this war they had moved in on the 27th of february. so 3 days of the been in the war and stayed there till last thursday. have most that time the people we spoke to said they barely there set a foot as footstep outside their doors. most time they were just hiding in doors, trying to keep away from those russian soldiers, often enough hiding in their sellers in their sheds. when the shooting began, when the artillery fire became between ukrainian or russian forces, lots of stories of russian forces, especially when they were leaving stealing people's televisions. there appeared technology at home the computers and they see anything that they could move. and a lot of people looking for friends, relatives who have gone missing, and if so far and accounted for on a we've also of course been saying the horrific footage of dead civilians lying on the streets of bottom. what more can you tell us about the situation there?
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well, obviously those images that have in 1st and foremost shocks people across ukraine who, even though maybe they thought they'd seen it all from mary. poland, those images of people living under intense shelling for weeks and weeks running out of elect to one rail food without electricity without any else. i think they weren't really prepared for those images. people are shot with their arms are bound behind their backs. that kind of seemingly and specific attempts to target civilians or yeah, and basically reprisals of that kind. that was not something that most people here were expecting to see a lot of anger. a lot of shock from ukraine as you speak to, it's pretty difficult to go and try verify that with your own eyes for now, most jealous of being kept out away. expecting to be able to see boucher in a few days time. i think it's interesting to note that it seems that even though the cranes have re taking control these towels that are only 30 kilometers from where i am now in downtown key. if there is still a lot of fear of russian units that have basically got lost during that retreat,
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that are hiding out in the woods reports and confirm reports for us. also. mine saying that m numerous ukrainian casualties have happened the last few days when those units have been left. the forests trying to reconnect with the russian forces, heading back northwards, better is getting out of ukraine. so no sense that the situation somehow over that somehow as people can go back to their homes, boucher and kind of take stock of what's happened, a real, a very prominent sense of danger and then all the booby traps in the minds. this is situation that is far from over and as ukrainian capital here give that still doesn't feel like it's out out of the worst. this t w's correspondent nick connelly reporting for us from give, thank you so much. well, meanwhile, missiles have struck the strategic port of odessa home to ukraine's navy on the southern coast until now and as i had mostly avoided russian attacks, the port has so far been spared the intense bombing that's devastated. the city of
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murray will further to the east. russia says its latest strikes, targeted in oil plant and fuel depos, but ukrainians fear that moscow was planning to step up the bombardment bomb strike . he crane's main port city of odessa. turning the dawn sky orange waking residence up to a new phase of russia's war in ukraine and aid worker filmed the bombings on his phone. i woke up approximately at 4 or 4 30 am, because our house was a bit shaking. and lately animals was very big noise. also disrupt that are good at dogs. and this guy was read the, you know, and the small goals. adams, don't want a big explosion to be like if an airplane crash was pushed because i have never
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seen something like that news through with the quote we share and we need to close the sky because we don't want this to happen again. and i'm not the be the critical renewable unions. niosh as local people watched plumes of smoke loom over the city, the authorities that said russia had hit critical infrastructure, but there were no reports of casualties. for russia's defense ministry said it's ships and planes had bombed and oil processing plant and fuel death pose near a desa. it said the facilities supply fuel to ukraine's troops in coastal towns further east. a desert emergency crews have not yet had to deal with heavy russian bombardments like the eastern port of mario pole. but ukraine's president landscape says that russian troops are regrouping and preparing what he calls powerful strikes and the deaths.
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this residents are left wondering just how long they can stay here. let's turn our attention now to some of the other stories making you around the world. police in california say 6 people have been killed and 10 others injured in a shooting. and downtown sacramento officers are searching for at least one suspect and are asking the public to help identify the killer pakistan's prime minister in ron con has survived an attempt to oust him and is seeking fresh elections. con, persuaded the president to dissolve parliament. he sidestepped no confidence vote. what con accuses the us of working with his political opponents. while early election results show, hungary is hard line nationalist prime minister, victor, or bon heading for a 5th term in office. or bond faced a challenge from a coalition of opposition parties who united against him early results put the
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russia support or comfortably a hand with more than half of the vote. there's also been a controversial referendum on equal rights and education for more, we can speak to d. w a correspondent fan if i char, who's standing by for us in budapest. good evening to you. funny. so what is the latest you can tell us about the partial results that primary civic 2 are ones. fetus parties leading both in terms of the national party votes, moved in almost 60 percent. at this point with more than 50 percent of the votes counted bolt. all 3 bodies leading in the, on the country costa gnc lists, basically a strong lead on both votes. which ultimately, if this results continue to trickle in this way to increase was they, as, as, as they are
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a $23.00 majority is very likely which would be the $23.00 majority for a 4th consecutive to him and a 5th firm in total. because promise to victor alba was governing hungary already between 1998 in 2002. so pretty much de resolved if fetus is going to call this a night soon as a result, were they expected? in fact, people outside, already in a celebration, mood waving hungarian flags and are expecting premier civic to all on to take to stage. just like he did 4 years ago to announce his victoria bought the final results and not in yet these are partial results. but because more than half of the national votes have been already counted for, that means that there's a very strong indication that his lead is just or only going to be increased asthma votes are coming in while even before the polls closed orphans opponents called that possible voter fraud, was there evidence of this whether there was evidence,
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this is what lawyers will have to decide. and those observe as both international observers by or see, but also the, all the thousands of volunteers, both from the opposition parties, but also a few. this government, they also had their observers. so that report we will not have the final report actually a to morrow and just sort of shed some preliminary report actually by the o. c bought, there was a reporting already during the day that apparently allegedly, some people have a, are participating in so called chain voting, meaning that they actually took their ballad outside from the pointing station to then have it a completed by someone else who then put it into the envelope, these allegations and these concerns actually existed already prior to the election . something that premier civic to all bye was confronted with once he cast his biology was asked about just how fair this election is going to be. and his answer obviously, and not a surprise there, you may clear it was
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a very fair election. this whole fair. it really was, this is something that we will need to hear as soon as that actual report comes in . but yeah, that allegation already is built up on the fact obviously, so much more so many moral observers are present here compared to just 4 years ago . all right, that was d w as funny for char, reporting for us from budapest. thank you so much, honey. you're watching dw news coming to from berlin. before we go, let's get you. a quick reminder of our main story. western leaders have condemned a parent atrocities committed by russian forces in ukraine. ukrainian troops moving back into towns and villages previously occupied by russia have uncovered hundreds of civilian deaths. many of the victims were brutalized. that's the latest unbeatable news. this our up next, paralympic champion,
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