Quotidiano Nazionale logo
quotidiano nazionale
5 apr 2022

"Ucraina, che guaio il politicamente corretto. Così l'Occidente va verso il suicidio"

L’analisi di Federico Rampini: "È uno strumento delle élite per salvarsi l’anima e demolire lo stato sociale"

5 apr 2022
pierfrancesco de robertis
Esteri
TOPSHOT - A man gestures at a mass grave in the town of Bucha, northwest of the Ukrainian capital Kyiv on April 3, 2022. - Ukraine and Western nations accused Russian troops of war crimes after the discovery of mass graves and "executed" civilians near Kyiv, prompting vows of action at the International Criminal Court. City mayor Anatoly Fedoruk told AFP that 280 other bodies had been buried in mass graves. One rescue official said 57 people were found in one hastily dug trench behind a church. (Photo by Sergei SUPINSKY / AFP)
Fosse comuni a Bucha (Ansa)
TOPSHOT - A man gestures at a mass grave in the town of Bucha, northwest of the Ukrainian capital Kyiv on April 3, 2022. - Ukraine and Western nations accused Russian troops of war crimes after the discovery of mass graves and "executed" civilians near Kyiv, prompting vows of action at the International Criminal Court. City mayor Anatoly Fedoruk told AFP that 280 other bodies had been buried in mass graves. One rescue official said 57 people were found in one hastily dug trench behind a church. (Photo by Sergei SUPINSKY / AFP)
Fosse comuni a Bucha (Ansa)
Hai già un abbonamento?
Questo articolo è riservato agli abbonati

Accedi senza limiti a tutti i contenuti di quotidiano.net e dei siti collegati.Naviga senza pubblicità!

Accesso per un giorno

0,99 € per 24hSenza rinnovo automatico
Oppure

Disdici quando vuoi

mese
anno
Scopri le altre offerte

Iscriviti alla newsletter.

Il modo più facile per rimanere sempre aggiornati

Hai già un account?