In Ukraine, a Russian soldier was arrested for reportedly raping a baby.

A Russian soldier has been detained after allegedly filming himself rapping a one-year-old baby in Ukraine and then sharing the graphic footage on social media.

Alexei Bychkov is suspected of being the perpetrator of the assault, and local police have detained him, according to Russian media reports.

The arrest comes after Lyudmila Denisova, the Ukrainian Parliament’s commissioner for human rights, said on Saturday, April 9, that Russian troops had raped children during the conflict.

She added in a Telegram statement that a 14-year-old girl in Bucha was raped by five soldiers and is now pregnant as a result.

In the same town, an 11-year-old kid was allegedly raped in front of his mother, who was bound to a chair and forced to watch.

A 20-year-old lady was also allegedly raped by three soldiers in Irpen.

Russian soldier arrested for allegedly raping baby in Ukraine

Russians raped a 16-year-old girl and her 78-year-old grandmother in a village in the Kherson region, according to an earlier statement released on Friday, April 8.

Ms Denisova stated, “There is no location on earth or in hell where racist criminals may escape vengeance.”

She urged victims of sexual violence by soldiers to disclose the incidents, no matter how tough it may be, and said they “must face the fullest accountability.”

She also gave graphic details of a woman’s rape in the Kharkiv region, who is presently receiving treatment.

“In the Kharkiv region, the Russian occupier raped a 29-year-old woman caring for her immobile mother for more than a week,” Ms Denisova wrote.

“The victim was repeatedly sexually assaulted by him, but she was unable to contact law enforcement.”

“Shortly after, a militant smashed her phone. The rapist began talking to the woman about love a week later and offered to send her away from the battlefield.

“The villain simply shot the old woman in front of her daughter in response to the woman’s rejection due to her difficulty to leave her mother.” The woman was able to flee and is now receiving treatment.”

Ms Denisova’s remarks come only a week after Human Rights Watch (HRW) published a report detailing witness reports of Russian forces rapping and killing Ukrainian civilians.

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