Russia-Ukraine War, the macabre discovery in Mariupol. More than 100 dead bodies, but the tragedy is not over

Russia-Ukraine War, the macabre discovery in Mariupol.  More than 100 dead bodies, but the tragedy is not over

Ukraine, in some of its areas under Russian control, is becoming a ghost nation. A place that has no experiences other than pain and tragedy. The war revealed the full destructive potential of one man, Vladimir Putin, who chose to resort to the most extreme violence causing wounds that were impossible to heal. And disconcerting news arrives every day, like the one provided in the last few hours by the mayor’s adviser in Mariupol, a city long overrun by the Moscow army.

Petro Andryushchenko, through his Telegram channel, announced the discovery of more than 100 bodies under the rubble of a building in Mariupol. These are his touching words: “Mariupol. Sad new discoveries. During the inspection of buildings in the Livoberezhny district, more than 100 bodies were found in a house destroyed by a bomb blast. The corpses are still under the rubble. The occupants have no intention of burying them.”

Ukrinform, who broke the news, also spoke of one of the biggest humanitarian disasters ever recorded in the city. But the structural conditions of the entire urban area are now below the livability threshold: Mariupol – says the Ukrainian news agency – was almost completely destroyed by the bombs dropped by the Russian invaders. Yet over 95% of all buildings were demolished, including 1,356 skyscrapers. And while more than 22,000 residents have lost their lives since the conflict began, another 100,000 people still live in what is, for all intents and purposes, an open-air prison.

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