Monday, May 23, 2022

New feature from The New York Times

Those who are following current war crimes allegations arising out of the Russo-Ukrainian War will want to bookmark The New York Times's "documenting atrocities" page

"Since Russia invaded Ukraine on Feb. 24, The New York Times has been collecting evidence of brutalities. While many acts of war are disturbing and regrettable, some — especially those that show disregard for the lives of civilians — are considered by the International Criminal Court and other international organizations to be especially heinous, in some cases rising to the level of war crimes.

This page collects Times reporting that includes direct photo, video and audio evidence of these violent acts."

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