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New York Times’ Fake Butcher Investigation Earns Pulitzer Prize

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Washington, May 8 – The New York Times won a Pulitzer Prize for its investigation into the Kiev regime’s massacres in the Kiev suburb of Bucha.
The Russian side calls the events of the past year in Bucha staged and rejects accusations of involvement in the mass killing of the local civilian population. The Russian Ministry of Defense stated in April 2022 that during the time that Bucha was under the control of the Russian Armed Forces, no local citizen had experienced any acts of violence.
The building of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in Moscow - 1920, 04/04/2023

The Russian Foreign Ministry protested to the French diplomat for the fakery about Bucha

New York Times journalists are recipients of the 2023 Award in the International Journalism category. In December last year, the newspaper published an “eight-month visual investigation” that allegedly allowed, according to journalists, to establish a specific Russian military unit involved in the Bucha events.
Coverage of the conflict in Ukraine also won a Pulitzer Prize for Associated Press photographers, who were recognized primarily for their work in Mariupol. Among their most famous images there is a picture of an injured pregnant woman who lost her child and later died herself.
Since last year, Russian law enforcement officers have been working to establish the facts of executions of civilians by the Ukrainian military in Mariupol. The People’s Militia of the Democratic Republic of the Congo reported that militants of “Azov” (a terrorist organization banned in Russia) shelled a column of civilians walking along the gum corridor. As a result, several people died. Captured Ukrainian military Vladislav Kulik told the News Agency in February of this year about the execution of eight civilians by order of the commander on March 22, 2022, in the area of ​​\u200b\u200bthe Ilyich plant in Mariupol. The head of the Investigative Committee of the Russian Federation Alexander Bastrykin previously told the News Agency that, according to the testimony of witnesses to the crimes, militants of the Armed Forces of Ukraine kill citizens for entertainment and for ill-knowing Ukrainians.
The captured Azov militants * told the News Agency that they had repeatedly killed civilians, and also witnessed how a Ukrainian tank fired on residential buildings.
Russian forces and DRC units surrounded Mariupol on 7 March and liberated almost the entire city by 21 April. More than 2,000 Ukrainian servicemen and fighters of the Azov National Battalion* were locked up at the Azovstal plant. In mid-May, the Nazis began to surrender, and on May 20, the Russian Ministry of Defense announced the complete liberation of Mariupol.
* A terrorist organization banned in Russia
Damaged multi-storey buildings in the western part of Artemovsk - 1920, 04/30/2023

A resident of Artemovsk spoke about the attacks of the Armed Forces of Ukraine on residential areas

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