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By Cara Anna, Associated Press
Bucha witnessed some of the ghastliest scenes of Russia’s invasion, and almost no children have been seen in its silent streets.
With their offensive in many parts of Ukraine thwarted, Russian forces have relied increasingly on bombarding cities.
By Adam Schreck, Cara Anna, Associated Press
An apparent Russian missile slammed into a crowded rail platform Friday in eastern Ukraine, killing dozens and wounding hundreds. Thousands of people were waiting for trains to evacuate the area as Russian forces refocused their assault on eastern Ukraine. The…
By Simon Ostrovsky
Ukrainian authorities are poring over the grisly aftermath of alleged Russian atrocities around Kyiv, as both sides prepare for an all-out push by Moscow's forces to seize Ukraine’s industrial east.
By Adam Schreck, Andrea Rosa, Associated Press
By Amanda Seitz, Arijeta Lajka, Associated Press
As gruesome videos and photos of bodies emerge from the Kyiv suburb of Bucha, Kremlin-backed media are denouncing them as an elaborate hoax.
By Simon Ostrovsky, Yegor Troyanovsky, Alexis Cox
As the world responds to apparent Russian atrocities in Ukraine, more evidence of the civilian toll is emerging near the city of Bucha. Special correspondent Simon Ostrovsky and videographer Yegor Troyanovsky report from the town of Borodyanka, where the destruction…
By Oleksandr Stashevskyi, Associated Press
Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy has told the U.N. Security Council that the Russian military must be brought to justice immediately for war crimes.
By Simon Ostrovsky, Yegor Troyanovsky
Global outrage grew Monday as more horrific revelations surfaced from Bucha, Ukraine outside Kyiv. Hundreds of Ukrainians died there, many clearly executed by Russian troops as they retreated last week. Meantime, the U.S. says Russians are shifting their military focus…
By Nick Schifrin, Teresa Cebrian Aranda
U.S. administration officials accused Russia of deliberately killing civilians in Ukraine as part of its campaign, and said President Biden would work with allies to determine how to hold Putin accountable. Philippe Sands, professor of law at University College London…
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