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Russian soldiers accused of child rape, murder in Ukraine: report

24.05.2022 11:00
Ukraine's commissioner for human rights has revealed new terrifying cases of Russian soldiers raping and killing children in her country, according to a report.
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The youngest victim was just six months old, and some of the assaulted children died of injuries inflicted on them, Lyudmyla Denisova said, according to the ukrinform.net website.

Denisova said in a statement on the Telegram messaging app that Russia "uses rape and sexual violence in other forms as warfare tactics -- systematically, everywhere, and with shocking brutality," ukrinform.net reported.

In one case reported by residents in the village of Oleksandrivka, near the southern Ukrainian city of Kherson, two girls aged 12 and 15 were raped by Russian troops, according to Denisova.

In another incident, "an infant girl of six months was raped with a teaspoon," she said.

She added: "Twin toddler boys, 2, were sexually assaulted in front of their mother. Five Russian soldiers broke in and four of them raped the toddlers in pairs, orally and anally, while the fifth soldier was holding the mother. Both children died of ruptures and blood loss."

In another case of sexual violence, a three-year-old toddler boy was raped in front of his mother by two soldiers, Denisova also said. "This child also died of injuries sustained in the brutal assault," she reported.

Denisova said in her statement that "sexual violence is strictly prohibited by Article 27 of the Geneva Convention relative to the Protection of Civilian Persons in Time of War of 1949."

Rape is a war crime and "one of the components of genocide," the statement also said.

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Source: PAPukrinform.net