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Sick Russian troops plant deadly booby traps in washing machines and under corpses to kill innocent Ukrainians

SICK Russian troops have placed deadly traps in washing machines and under corpses to kill innocent Ukrainians, officials have claimed.

Crazy Vlad retreating forces have planted explosives in the trunks of cars, booby-trapped trees and planted grenades under corpses in Kyiv and Mariupol, Ukraine’s Foreign Ministry said.

Russian troops are accused of planting explosives under corpses

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Russian troops are accused of planting explosives under corpsesCredit: AP
Household appliances were found in booby traps with hand grenades

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Household appliances were found in booby traps with hand grenadesPhoto credit: Twitter
Human Rights Watch said they found 54,000 bombs

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Human Rights Watch said they found 54,000 bombsPhoto credit: Twitter

The ministry indicted Russia intentionally targeting innocent civilians and said it was “not just at war with the Ukrainian armed forces, but also fights against the civilian population of Ukraine and grossly violates the laws of war”.

“During the disengagement, Russia’s military personnel are massively setting up booby-traps prohibited by international law, even on food facilities, private homes and human corpses,” the ministry said in a statement.

It comes as an innocent man was killed outside of Kyiv after opening the trunk of an abandoned car laced with explosives, the authorities said New York Times.

Photos from the formerly besieged city show mines scattered along the roads, which were banned by most countries in 1997.

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Ukraine’s Interior Minister Denys Monastyrsky said other abandoned explosives were jury-rigged bombs that uncaring Russian troops planted in doors, washing machines and even under hospital beds.

It comes as President Zelenskyy claimed on Tuesday that his country was now “one of the most mine-ridden in the world”.

He called the acts war crimes and claimed Russian soldiers were ordered “to kill or maim as many of our people as possible.”

Human Rights Watch, an NGO, alleges that Russian troops used landmines in Kharkiv and forced Ukrainian emergency services to advance bomb squads in liberated towns.

The organization said Tuesday it had found more than 54,000 explosive devices since the war broke out on February 24.

It comes as President Zelensky warned the West to prepare for a Russian nuclear doomsday.

The battle-hardened leader told CNN Wladimir Putin could use tactical nuclear weapons if its war in Ukraine stalls further.

He told the outlet Friday, “We shouldn’t wait for the moment when Russia decides to use nuclear weapons… We need to prepare for that.”

He said anti-radiation medicine and bomb shelters would be needed to repel the attack, which he was “convinced” was being planned.

“The whole world, all countries have to worry because it can’t be real information, but it can be the truth,” said the Ukrainian head of state.

“Chemical weapons, they should do it, they could do it, for them people’s lives, nothing. That’s why.

“We should think not to be afraid, not to be afraid, but to be ready. But this is not a question for Ukraine, not only for Ukraine, but for the whole world, I think.”

Ukraine accuses Moscow of violating international human rights law

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Ukraine accuses Moscow of violating international human rights lawPhoto credit: Twitter
Thousands of bodies were found scattered throughout the newly liberated areas

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Thousands of bodies were found scattered throughout the newly liberated areasCredit: AP

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Bobby Allyn

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