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Ukraine war: EU Parliament leader slams Russian strikes as 'war crimes' amid international outrage

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“Appeasement will never work. These are war crimes”: Roberta Metsola, European Parliament President, joins an international chorus of condemnation over Russia's wave of strikes against Ukraine.

Added on the 10/10/2022 18:03:57 - Copyright : Euronews EN

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