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Russian War Report: Kremlin claims Bucha massacre was staged by Ukraine

As Russia expands its assault on Ukraine, the Atlantic Council’s Digital Forensic Research Lab (DFRLab) is keeping a close eye on Russia’s movements across the military, cyber, and information domains. With more than five years of experience monitoring the situation in Ukraine, as well as Russia’s use of propaganda and disinformation to undermine the US, NATO, and the European Union, DFRLab’s global team presents the latest installment of the Russian War Report.

Tracking narratives

Kremlin claims Bucha massacre was staged by Ukraine

Pro-Kremlin accounts denying Bucha ‘massacre’ dominate VKontakte conversations

Kremlin attempts to reboot pro-war symbols online and offline

Russian soldiers allegedly sent stolen goods from Ukraine to Russia


Russian troops abandon Hostomel Airport, leaving destruction behind

Signs of Russian forces preparing to re-deploy from Belarus

Cyber warfare

Roskomnadzor warns of spearphishing attacks using agency’s identity

Kremlin claims Bucha massacre was staged by Ukraine

Over the weekend of April 2, journalists and Ukrainian authorities reported on dozens of dead civilians found in Bucha, northwest of Kyiv, after Russian troops left the area. Images captured by multiple sources documented how some of the dead had their hands tied. Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy accused Russia of committing genocide in Ukraine, while Charles Michel, president of the European Council, used the hashtag #BuchaMassacre when he announced the EU was preparing further sanctions against Russia. 



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