This question is part of the bitter Israeli-Palestinian debate over the war in Gaza, where thousands of civilians have been killed.
An Australian federal court judge ruled that newspaper articles published in 2018 were substantially true about a number of war crimes committed by Ben Roberts-Smith in Afghanistan.
Bogdan Bitik was shot while on the Antonivka bridge in Kherson. He was working with an Italian journalist who was also shot but survived. Ukraine has launched a war crimes investigation.
The ICC has issued warrants for the Russian president and his children's rights commissioner for alleged war crimes involving accusations that Russia has forcibly taken Ukrainian children.
U.S. Attorney General Merrick Garland pledged to "stand shoulder to shoulder" with war crimes prosecutors in Ukraine as he made an unannounced visit to the country.
A team at Yale University is using open-source materials to document the forced removal of Ukrainian children to Russia. Russia says it's a vast humanitarian program.
Investigators in Ukraine have opened more than 50,000 inquiries into alleged Russian war crimes since the war began. NPR looked into the death of one man to show the challenges investigators face.
A report says Ukraine placed its forces near noncombatants, putting them in danger. Government officials say they evacuate civilians from combat areas, and that the report depicts "a false reality."
Eli Rosenbaum spent his career hunting down Nazis after World War II. Now, he will use those skills to seek out war criminals in the Russia-Ukraine war.
Vadim Shishimarin, 21, had pleaded guilty last week to shooting an unarmed Ukrainian man in late February. On Monday, a panel of judges in Kyiv sentenced him to life in prison.
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The widow asked the Russian soldier what he felt when he killed her husband. "Fear," he said. "I understand you probably won't be able to forgive me. But I ask for your forgiveness."
Prosecutor General Iryna Venediktova says 21-year-old Vadim Shishimarin shot and killed an unarmed man while fleeing from Ukrainian defense forces. He's in custody and could face life in prison.