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Retired Canadian general captured by Russians in Ukraine?

By France24
12 May 2022   |   5:22 pm
We take a look at reports that a retired Canadian lieutenant generant was captured by Russian forces at the Azovstal plant in Mariupol, Ukraine. Also, does the Rothschild family banking dynasty own Reuters news agency?

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