• 02 December, 2022
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Could Putin’s war of aggression end with reparations for victims?

Colchester, May 23 (360info) If Putin is brought to justice for the crime of aggression committed in Ukraine, it may open the door for a world-first. Russia’s invasion of Ukraine…

Can the ICC prosecute Putin, the head of a non-member state?

Melbourne, May 23 (360info) The International Criminal Court moved fast on allegations of war crimes perpetrated in Ukraine, but those looking for swift justice may be disappointed. If the wheels…

China says confidence in UN rights body hit by vote to investigate alleged Russian abuses in Ukraine

BEIJING (Reuters) - Chinese foreign ministry spokesman Zhao Lijian said on Friday that a decision by the U.N. Human Rights Council to set up an investigation into alleged human rights…

Putin tells Macron West could use its influence to stop “atrocities” in Ukraine – agencies

LONDON (Reuters) - Russian President Vladimir Putin discussed the situation in Ukraine with his French counterpart Emmanuel Macron in a telephone conversation on Tuesday and urged the West to put…

Putin calls situation in Ukrainian town of Bucha ‘fake’

(Reuters) - Russian President Vladimir Putin said on Tuesday said that images and footage of dead bodies strewn across the Ukrainian town of Bucha were fake. Speaking at a televised…

Mayor of Ukraine’s Bucha says 403 bodies found so far

(Reuters) - The mayor of the Ukrainian town of Bucha near Kyiv said on Tuesday that authorities had so far found 403 bodies of people they believed were killed by…

How the U.S. plans to starve Russia’s ‘war machine’ -Treasury’s Adeyemo to Reuters

By David Lawder WASHINGTON (Reuters) -The United States is ramping up sanctions against Russia to deprive Moscow's "war machine" of money and components needed to sustain its invasion of Ukraine,…

Facebook owner Meta briefly blocks hashtags tied to Bucha killings

By Katie Paul (Reuters) - Facebook owner Meta Platforms briefly restricted hashtags related to civilian deaths in northern Ukraine, where bodies of people shot at close range were found in…

Moscow warns of’ symmetrical’ response to Western countries’ expulsion of Russian diplomats

(Reuters) - Russia will respond proportionately to the expulsion of its diplomats from a number of Western countries, Russian ex-president and deputy head of security council Dmitry Medvedev said late…

Ukraine President Zelenskiy says he will address UN Security Council on Tuesday

By Oleksandr, Khozhukar and Ronald Popeski (Reuters) -Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskiy said he would address the U.N. Security Council on Tuesday and predicted further, worse instances of mass killings of…

Lithuania expels Russian ambassador over civilian deaths near Kyiv

(Reuters) -Lithuania is expelling the Russian ambassador to the Baltic country after Ukraine accused Russian forces of killing civilians in the town of Bucha, the Lithuanian foreign ministry said on…

Russia says footage in Ukraine’s Bucha was ‘ordered’ to blame Russia

(Reuters) -Russia's foreign ministry said that footage of dead civilians in the Ukrainian town of Bucha had been "ordered" by the United States as part of a plot to blame…