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By Associated Press
Nearly a year after Ukrainian forces retook towns and villages near Kyiv from Russian troops authorities are still exhuming bodies hastily buried in makeshift graves. Almost 200 are still unidentified.
By Elena Becatoros, Associated Press
The studying and exhibiting of human remains and sacred objects taken from Native American graves and sites have been a source of bitter relations between many cultural institutions and Indigenous tribes. After facing criticism, the University of California, Berkeley is…
By Jeffrey Brown, Lena I. Jackson
Torture in Izium was arbitrary, widespread and absolutely routine for both civilians and soldiers during the six months the Russians controlled the city, an AP investigation has found.
By Lori Hinnant, Evgeniy Maloletka, Vasilisa Stepanenko, Associated Press
The Russian-installed leaders of occupied regions of Ukraine formerly announced the results of so-called referendums and said they wanted to join Russia. Erik Møse, the official in charge of the U.N. Independent International Commission of Inquiry on Ukraine, joined Nick…
By Nick Schifrin, Zeba Warsi
By Nick Schifrin, Teresa Cebrian Aranda
Attorney General Merrick Garland signed an agreement with his Ukrainian counterpart formalizing U.S. support for war crimes investigations against Russia. But finding justice in war is a long and difficult process. Nick Schifrin sits down with Ukraine's prosecutor general as…
By Nick Schifrin, Alexis Cox
A gruesome scene played out in Ukraine on Friday as authorities began examining bodies buried in what Kyiv calls the largest mass grave of the war. It was discovered near the city of Izium which is in the Kharkiv region…
By Ignatius Ssuuna, Associated Press
A valley dam that authorities in Rwanda say could contain about 30,000 bodies has been discovered more than a quarter-century after the country’s genocide in which 800,000 ethnic Tutsi and Hutus who tried to protect them were killed.
The new discovery is being called the most significant in a long time in this East African nation that is still recovering from the 1994 killings of more than 800,000 people.
The people of Cambodia are still searching for justice three decades after former dictator Pol Pot's regime accused of forced labor, starvation and mass executions. The Bureau for International Reporting gives an update.
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