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Sri Lankans in Ukraine: Journalist reveals horrific details

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COLOMBO (News 1st) – A Ukraining Journalist has released the first details about the insane story from Kharkiv region’s police about the 7 Sri Lankans, who were in Ukraine for work and studies, and were kidnapped by Russians, beaten, and had their nails torn off, and forced to work for free (clean).The 6 men and 1 woman, all aged 20-40, arrived in Ukraine around 3 weeks before the all-out invasion and rented a house in Kupiansk (which was occupied until a few days ago).

They were hiding in their house for some time until they decided to try and flee into Kharkiv, she tweeted.However, they were stopped at the first Russian checkpoint that they tried to cross.

The Russians blindfolded them and took them in an unknown direction (later turned out to be Vovchansk, also occupied until a few days ago), she added."After the areas were liberated by Ukraine, the 7 Sri Lankans tried to walk to Kharkiv again.

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