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Bucha’s horror captured by satellites, so technology reveals war crimes

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Bucha’s horror captured by satellites, so technology reveals war crimes

The common grave is 15 meters long, dug like a trench next to the church of Sant’Andrea. Hands and feet emerge from the clay, the corpses of civilians murdered by Russian soldiers before retreating from Bucha, the town 30 kilometers from the capital Kyiv that showed the world the Kremlin’s war crimes. Satellite images from Maxar Technologies, the space technology company (based in Colorado) that have been providing data, images and videos to bloggers and journalists since the beginning of the war, prove that it was a trench.

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