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US accuses Moscow of deporting Ukrainians to Russia

By DW
09 September 2022   |   10:37 am
The US says Russia has used "filtration points" to interrogate and deport up to 1.6 million non-combatants seen by Moscow as "threatening" to its invasion of Ukraine.

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