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Interfax says that Ukraine has put two Russian soldiers in jail for shelling villages.

Interfax says that Ukraine has put two Russian soldiers in jail for shelling villages.

 

Alexander Bobykin and Alexander Ivanov were both handed sentences of 11 years and six months.


Two Russian soldiers were given sentences of more than 11 years in prison each on Tuesday, according to the Ukrainian Interfax news agency. The trials took place in central Ukraine.

Alexander Bobykin and Alexander Ivanov were both given sentences of 11 years and 6 months for firing on two villages in the early days of Moscow's invasion. This was because they broke the "laws and customs of war."
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