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    Another Mass Grave in Ukraine Has 9000 Bodies Plus More Mass Graves

    Another mass grave in Ukraine holds 9,000 bodies.

    Last summer’s 9,000 bodies found in a UK burial ground dated back to the 1700’s. The discovery happened during a dig out to make way for a highway.

    Amazelab’s Mercer Morrison reported this in June of 2021.

    Another 9,000 bodies lay outside the port city of Mariupol, in the eastern part of the country.

    This area also has seen some of the worst fighting since Russia invaded.

    The grave is located just 12 miles west of Mariupol, along the northwestern edge of Manhush. And it may be 20 times larger than the mass grave in Bucha, according to a Telegram post by the Mariupol City Council and could hold up to 9,000 bodies.

    “The occupiers dug new trenches and filled them with corpses every day throughout April,” the post said. “Our sources report that in such graves the bodies are placed in several layers.”

    The formation has four sections of linear rows. It contains 200 freshly dug graves according to Maxar Technologies pictures.

    It’s larger than three football fields. It spans approximately 340 meters. This is over 1,000 feet — in length.

    In September of 2021, there were also 10,000 bodies found in a mass grave in Ukraine.

    Staff working to uncover secrets at the site in Hull discovered the bodies.

    The site was originally consecrated in July 1785 as a solution to an emergency situation.

    “Putin is destroying Ukrainians. He has already killed tens of thousands of civilians in Mariupol,” the post quoted Boychenko as saying.

    “This requires a strong reaction from the entire civilized world. Anything needs to stop the genocide.”

    But more U.S. aid is on its way to Ukraine.

    Another $800 million in the form of Howitzer artillery cannons and tactical drones will be provided.

    “With the latest disbursement, I’ve almost exhausted the drawdown authority I have, that Congress authorized for Ukraine,” President Biden said.

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