'Total Torture': Ukrainian Patients Gasp For Oxygen Amid Blackouts


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Barron's— For tens of thousands of Ukrainians who rely on electric medical equipment to stay alive, the Russian strikes that regularly leave millions without power since October have been terrifying. Tetyana Venglinska had no choice but to hospitalise her 75-year-old mother Eva after three months of exhausting outages.

nechronicle—Striking nurse worries for patients amid 'emotional conflict' of walking out. Nurses on picket lines around the North East highlighted how difficult it is for them to choose to strike.

MyCentralOregon.com—Russian army officer says he saw Ukrainian POWs tortured. Konstantin Yefremov (NEW YORK) — A senior Russian army lieutenant who fled Russia told ABC News he witnessed his country’s troops torture prisoners in Ukraine, including beating and threats to rape them. Konstantin Yefremov, the most senior

ABC News—Russian army officer says he saw Ukrainian POWs tortured. A senior Russian army lieutenant who fled Russia has described witnessing his country’s troops torture prisoners in Ukraine, including beating and threats to rape them.