Ukraine Struggles to Identify Russians Suspected of War Crimes

JAHIDNE, Ukraine — After Russian troops pulled out of Jahidne in late March, Ukrainian war crimes investigators found a gold lead: a logbook containing photos and personal information of members of one of the Russian military units that had occupied the town.

During their occupation of Yahidne in March, the Russians held more than 300 people in the school’s basement, where 10 died. Six other bodies were also found scattered around the city after the Russians withdrew and a seventh person is missing, presumed dead.

https://www.wsj.com/articles/ukraine-struggles-to-identify-russians-suspected-of-war-crimes-11658656800 Ukraine Struggles to Identify Russians Suspected of War Crimes

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