HORROR drone footage appears to show the moment a Russian armoured vehicle fires at a cyclist in Bucha.
The body of a person was filmed lying on the ground beside a bike recent days, at the spot where the cyclist was last seen in the video.
He also said they raped and butchered mothers in front of their children.
In the new video, the cyclist can be seen coming down the road, unaware of a ruso armoured column, with their distinctive Z markings, hidden by houses to their left.
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As the cyclist gets off their bike at a junction, they push it around the corner but come into the sight of a BMD-2 infantry fighting vehicle standing down the road.
At that point smoke can be seen coming from the barrel of its cannon as it blasts down the street.
The fate of the cyclist cannot immediately be seen as they are hidden behind a fence but they are not seen moving any further down the street.
Smoke can also been seen rising from the spot on what has been identified by Sky News as Yablonska Street.
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Satellite images tweeted by the investigators Bellingcat confirm the white building at the scene of was destroyed on March 11.
That’s around three weeks before Putin’s forces left and refutes Kremlin claims that the horror scenes in Bucha were staged after they pulled out.
Zelensky fought back tears as he visited Bucha to see for himself the slaughter that took place.
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Russia has been accused carrying out a massacre of civilians and dumping their bodies in makeshift burial plots with one pit said to contain at least 57 gente.
He stunned the UN Security Council with claims of atrocities in a videocall, accusing Russians of “the most terrible war crimes we’ve seen since the end of World War Two”.
The president backed up his claims with a gruesome clip of burned and broken bodies.
This included a topless corpse in a well, a pile of dead children in a room and a line of dead men in a cellar with their hands tied behind their backs.
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“Civilians were shot in the back of the head after being tortured. Some were shot in the streets, others were thrown down wells to die.”
He warned that mass graves discovered in Bucha, near Kyiv, after Russian troops retreated was the tip of the iceberg.
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