US sends Russian oligarch’s money to Ukraine
06 February 2023 | 4:23 pm
The US announced that it will allow the first transfer of a Russian oligarch's confiscated funds to Ukraine. In the meantime, Germany says it has evidence of over 100 war crimes in Ukraine.
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