Tortured bodies found in Ukraine children's camp and dogs feast on rotting corpses as Bucha is 'the tip of the iceberg'

TORTURED bodies have been found in the basement of a children's camp in Bucha where Putin conducted a bloodthirsty massacre – but this is "only the tip of the iceberg", Ukrainian officials warn.

Heavily mutilated corpses of what appear to be men scattered the floor as rescue workers carried the innocent victims out in body bags.

While a local priest said dogs have been seen feasting on rotting corpses in apocalyptic scenes to grip the commuter town after Russian butchers laid waste to hundreds of innocent civilians.

Men, women and children were found handcuffed with a bullet in the head and chest – their bodies strewn in the streets and dumped in drains.

Women and children have also been found by Ukrainian soldiers, having been raped and then murdered.

Ukrainian officials have said at least 410 bodies have been recovered from the area, with many more feared.


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Barbaric Russian troops are believed to have conducted the Bucha slaughter as they scarpered from Kyiv after their botched attempt to take the Ukrainian capital.

While the Telegraph reported at least half a dozen civilian vehicles remained where they had crashed after being mown down by gunfire – one blood splattered car had the word 'child' etched on it.

Andriy Holovin, the priest of the Church of St Andrew Pervozvannoho All Saints, said: "We brought people here from the streets because the dogs were trying to eat the bodies."

Chilling satellite images of the church shows an open 45 feet long trench – believed to have been dug on March 1 when Russia was in control of the region – it has around 60 bodies in.

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The images also suggest bodies have been lying on the streets of Bucha for weeks, contradicting Russian claims they were planted by Ukraine

Ukraine's Foreign Minister Dmytro Kuleba said the evidence of civilian killings was just the "tip of the iceberg".

Ukraine and Western leaders have accused Russia of carrying out the massacre of civilians and dumping their bodies in mass graves.

On Monday the European Union said it is urgently discussing a new round of sanctions on Russia as it condemned "atrocities".

Rescue workers carefully moved dozens of bodies from the streets but fear corpses have been planted with booby traps like mines.

I do not blame you – I blame only the Russian military. But you could have helped

On Monday, wearing body armour and visibly distressed, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky spent half an hour in Bucha, where he blamed Russian troops for the killings.

"These are war crimes and it will be recognised by the world as genocide," he said fighting back tears.

Later in his nightly address, he demanded "the sanctions response to Russia's massacre of civilians must finally be powerful".

"But… did hundreds of our people have to die in agony for some European leaders to finally understand that the Russian state deserves the most severe pressure?" he asked in the video posted to Telegram.

He also called for additional weapons from Western allies, saying more equipment could have saved thousands.

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He added: "I do not blame you – I blame only the Russian military. But you could have helped."

Zelensky has warned he had information even more people had been killed in places like nearby Borodianka.

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