Russian conflict crimes in Ukraine: The quest for justice | EUROtoday

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Two years after Russia’s full-scale invasion started, round a fifth of Ukrainian territory stays below Russian occupation – a repressive regime the place arbitrary detentions, beatings and torture are the norm. Victims and activists need to make sure that such conflict crimes do not go unpunished; Ukrainian courts have already tried some perpetrators, and different circumstances are ongoing. Our correspondent Gulliver Cragg met with one man who, having been a sufferer, turned investigator himself.

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