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Outrage in the West after the discovery of civilians shot dead in Boutcha in Ukraine

"Tortures", "murders"... Europe and the United States are in shock after the discovery of mass graves and hundreds of civilian bodies in Boutcha, near kyiv, recently taken back from Moscow forces.

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky lambasted Russian troops and called it "genocide".

On Sunday, Moscow denied any extortion by him.

Westerners have denounced "war crimes" or called for an investigation to establish the facts.

They now want to adopt new measures against Moscow.

Fourth coronation for Viktor Orban in Hungary

He defied all predictions.

The party of nationalist Prime Minister Viktor Orban won a fourth victory in a row on Sunday, much more easily than expected, after Hungarian legislative elections, in the shadow of the war in Ukraine.

Analysts had predicted a close battle but the results are clear: Viktor Orban's Fidesz party won 53.35% of the vote after 93% of the ballots were counted, against 34.75% for the opposition, the Bureau said. electoral national.

The attendance was strong, approaching the records recorded in 2018. "We won an exceptional victory - a victory so big that you can probably see it from the moon, and certainly from Brussels", declared all smiles Viktor Orban, accustomed to arm wrestling with the EU.

The French invited to moderate their electricity consumption this Monday

The cold wave affecting France at the beginning of April worries the manager of the French electricity network (RTE), which warns of overconsumption of electricity.

"We are asking to make eco-gestures, but there are no cuts planned" indicated RTE this Sunday at

20 Minutes

, specifying to maintain the forecasts of the day before.

The French and French are invited to reduce their consumption this Monday morning, in particular between 7 a.m. and 10 a.m.

On Saturday, a press release from the company encouraged companies as well as “French people who can” to “shift their electricity consumption to this weekend rather than Monday with regard to the use of household appliances”.

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