“It is the worst possible way of attacking the opposition, by simply shelling,” says Prof Nott, in his first interview since returning from Ukraine. “It causes enormous damage. It causes dreadful, dreadful injuries.” These include shrapnel wounds to soft tissue, bones and limbs.
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