Ukraine: Kiev region “liberated”, testimonies about possible killings of civilians



<p>A Ukrainian soldier on patrol in an armored personnel carrier in Bucha, a city northwest of Kyiv, at the site of heavy fighting, April 2, 2022.</p>
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<p class=Ukraine announced on Saturday that the entire Kyiv region has now been “liberated” and Russian troops are conducting a “rapid withdrawal” from the country’s north amid reports of killings of civilians in some of those areas.

In an attempt to increase pressure on Moscow, the Baltic states on Saturday announced they were halting imports of Russian gas, on which they largely depend.

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