I.C.C. charges Putin with abducting thousands of Ukrainian children. Russia returns ~30 Ukrainian children.
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This makes me so sad and the poem manages to match my feelings in tone and demeanor! Returning 30 out of thousands?! Really?!
💔🙏🏻 Muri 🙏🏻💔
Russian math. (K)
💓🙏🏻 Kerfe 🙏🏻💓 ~ yep
This is horrendous
💟 🙏🏻 Beth 🙏🏻 💟 ~ yes.
But why? Aren’t there enough neglected children and orphanages in Russia?
Some think Russia is trying to reverse its declining population numbers’ trajectory
💓😔 Lauren 😔💓
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