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Ukraine grants citizenship to Russian journalist who denounced battle: ‘I take the aspect of the sufferer’

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Ukraine has granted citizenship to a Russian journalist who fled the nation after being accused by the Kremlin of spreading “intentionally false data” about Moscow’s armed forces, a report says. 

Alexander Nevzorov, who left Russia along with his spouse in March, is now a citizen of Ukraine, a senior official there informed Reuters on Friday. 

“I take the aspect of the sufferer. And I’m rattling grateful to these tormented, determined, bloodied individuals of Ukraine who allowed me to take my place amongst them,” Nevzorov reportedly mentioned in a Telegram submit. 

Russian state investigators, based on Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty, claimed that “on March 9, on [Nevzorov’s] public web page within the social community Instagram banned in Russia and on March 19 on YouTube, he printed intentionally false details about the deliberate shelling of a maternity hospital within the metropolis of Mariupol by the Armed Forces of the Russian Federation.” 

Bomb disposal experts from the Ukrainian State Emergency Service prepare for a controlled explosion of 1 ton of unexploded missiles, artillery shells and mines that they have retrieved during the last week in the Borodianka area on June 3, 2022, in Borodianka, Ukraine.

Bomb disposal specialists from the Ukrainian State Emergency Service put together for a managed explosion of 1 ton of unexploded missiles, artillery shells and mines that they’ve retrieved over the past week within the Borodianka space on June 3, 2022, in Borodianka, Ukraine.
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Nevzorov’s YouTube channel reportedly has greater than 1.8 million subscribers. 

Local civilians gather to receive pure water distributed by Russian Emergency Situations Ministry in Mariupol, in territory under the government of the Donetsk People's Republic, eastern Ukraine, on Friday, May 27.

Native civilians collect to obtain pure water distributed by Russian Emergency Conditions Ministry in Mariupol, in territory beneath the federal government of the Donetsk Individuals’s Republic, jap Ukraine, on Friday, Could 27.
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The hospital shelling in March produced one probably the most iconic photos documenting the struggling of the Ukrainian individuals throughout the battle – a pregnant girl being carried on a stretcher after being injured throughout the assault. 

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Marianna Vishegirskaya stands outside a maternity hospital that was damaged by shelling in Mariupol, Ukraine, Wednesday, March 9, 2022.

Marianna Vishegirskaya stands outdoors a maternity hospital that was broken by shelling in Mariupol, Ukraine, Wednesday, March 9, 2022.
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She and the kid didn’t survive. 

Russia’s battle in Ukraine has now lasted 100 days. 

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