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Ukrainian refugees forcibly transferred, mistreated in Russia: HRW

By DW
01 September 2022   |   12:10 pm
Deportation, agonizing interrogations and detention: Human Rights Watch has accused Russia of using a "filtration system" and other violations of international humanitarian law on Russian-held territory in Ukraine.

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