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‘KILL THEM ALL’ Russia’s ‘chilling order to wipe out Ukrainian village of civilians’ as 5,000 innocents are ‘murdered’ by Putin’s forces

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Russian troops received orders to slaughter civilians, Ukraine’s intelligence service claimed last night.

A furious commander allegedly screamed “kill them all” after soldiers warned him they had innocent villagers in their sights.

Ukrainian spies claimed they hacked a call during the battle of Mariupol, where 150,000 people remain trapped by a Russian siege.

At least 5,000 people are thought to have been killed in weeks of relentless bombardment.

In the intercepted radio call, which could not be verified, a Russian soldier tells his commander that he can see two people wearing civilian clothes.

Their commander yells: “Take them all out! Kill them all!”

A soldier replies: “Understood.”

The commander then says: “What are you waiting for?” before he is told “it is a village of civilians”. The Russian chief then yells: “Shoot the civilian cars.”

The claim emerged as Ukrainian troops were accused of killing Russian prisoners of war.

A video appears to show four paratroopers lying on a road in pools of blood.

At least one of the men is still alive when a jeering Ukrainian soldier opens fire.

Ukraine’s defence ministry said it was “trying to verify” the clip, but a BBC investigation suggested it was shot on or before March 29, west of the capital Kyiv.

Mounting evidence of Russian atrocities has emerged from towns outside Kyiv, where its troops have been forced to retreat.

The former captain of Ukraine’s rugby team, Oleksi Tsibko, 55, and ballet dancer Artem Datsyshyn were named among the dead in Bucha.

Dozens of dead bodies have been found there with their hands tied behind their back.

At least 400 are known to have died with hundreds more missing.

German spies said other intercepted radio calls appear to show Russian troops discussing the slaughter. In one, a Russian says he shot dead a person on a bicycle.

In another a speaker reveals Russian forces interrogated enemy soldiers before killing them.

In Bucha, Nadeja Cherednichenko said she found her dead son Volodymyr, 27, who had been shot through the ear and all the fingers on his left hand were broken.

The invaders’ surprise retreat has revealed shocking scenes of devastation — with huge convoys of Russian tanks and trucks completely obliterated by Ukraine forces.

Over two days 16 sabotage and reconnaissance units have been caught by joint actions in Kyiv itself. We thought it was quiet, but the enemy is here.Oleksandr HruzevychArmy Deputy Chief Of Staff

Meanwhile, residents have started to return to Kyiv to rebuild their lives. However officials warned that Russian spies were trying to sneak in with gadgets to guide missiles.

Oleksandr Hruzevych, Ukraine’s army deputy chief of staff, said: “Over two days, 16 sabotage and reconnaissance units have been caught by joint actions in Kyiv itself. We thought it was quiet, but the enemy is here.

“Only yesterday we conducted a sweep of one area and caught one group; a bunch of sensors, which are used to guide missiles.”

In the far east of the country people have been told to flee amid fears that Russia is plotting a major offensive.

Ukraine’s President Volodymyr Zelensky demanded more sanctions to prevent an onslaught.

He said: “If there is no really painful package of sanctions against Russia and if there is no supply of weapons we really need and have applied for many times, it will be considered by Russia as a permission. A permission to go further. A permission to start a new bloody wave in Donbas.”

Russian forces are currently attacking from the north at Izyum, the east in Donbas, and are poised to advance from the south.

Women, children and the elderly were urged to flee from Dnipro, Ukraine’s third largest city.

It followed a similar warning for civilians to “flee or face death” in the frontline regions of Luhansk and Donetsk.

Western officials warned that Russia is focusing on the Donbas region, which has been partly controlled by Russian-backed separatists since 2014.

Russian tyrant Vladimir Putin’s spokesman yesterday admitted “significant losses of troops” but denied committing war crimes.

Dmitry Peskov continued to insist it was not a war, but a “special military operation” as Ukraine had been an “anti-Russian centre” since 2014.

He also claimed Russia withdrew from regions of Kyiv and Chernihiv as an act of “goodwill” and dismissed photos of dead civilians as “fake”.

Russia was yesterday suspended from the UN Human Rights Council as punishment for the invasion of Ukraine.

Of the 193 members of the assembly, 93 voted in favour of the US proposal with 24 against and 58 abstentions. It was the only the second-ever suspension of a country — following Libya in 2011.

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'KILL THEM ALL' Russia’s ‘chilling order to wipe out Ukrainian village of civilians’ as 5,000 innocents are ‘murdered’ by Putin’s forces| THE SUN

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