Suspicion haunts grieving Ukrainian village

Groza (Ukraine) (AFP) – Residents of the village of Groza, in Ukraine’s northeastern Kharkiv region, are still in grief over a devastating missile strike that killed 59 people last October — and suspicious towards residents deemed pro-Russian. Local authorities say two of their own — brothers Volodymyr and Dmytro Mamon — gave Moscow the coordinates that enabled Russian forces to fire an Iskander missile at a local soldier’s wake. “What for? You goddamned idiots,” Volodymyr Mukhovaty, who lost Tanya, his wife of 47 years in the strike asks.


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