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Watching videos from liberated villages and towns around #Kherson and cannot stop crying.— Inna Sovsun (@InnaSovsun) November 10, 2022
Those who still ask "Why not freeze the war and let them have some territories?", should watch this video. This is what we are fighting for, for these people.
We cannot leave them behind! pic.twitter.com/utv9J8R714
Videos like this from #Kherson should eliminate any confusion about how most Ukrainians who were under Russian occupation feel about whether they want to be part of #Ukraine or #Russia. https://t.co/txNtG5quBU— ISW (@TheStudyofWar) November 11, 2022
Some say ruzZia is "killing the best of Ukrainians" (as if some Ukrainians are more important than others). ruzZia is killing Ukrainians. But it's a big loss when an activist dies. Vitaliy Antonenko was from Sloviansk. Left behind a pregnant wife and a daughter.#lviv #kherson pic.twitter.com/6iKyBnHSth— TheLvivJournal (@LvivJournal) November 11, 2022
The city of #Kherson was Liberated. The love of the #Ukrainian people for #Ukraine defeats the absolute evil #Putin and his disciples💪🇺🇦❤️🇺🇦 #KhersonisUkraine #KhersonCounteroffensive #KhersonRegion #Ukraine #ukrainecounteroffensive #UkraineRussianWar #StandWithUkraine pic.twitter.com/gmdm7zLKDH— Feher_Junior (@Feher_Junior) November 11, 2022