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Kherson: 4 torture sites according to Kiev

William JULIÉ discusses the possibility of prosecuting acts of torture committed in times of conflict that may constitute war crimes before Ukrainian or international jurisdictions, and also European courts on the basis of universal jurisdiction. He recalls the importance of the role that justice...

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10 million Ukrainians deprived of electricity

To the question of whether Russia's destruction of electrical infrastructures in Ukraine constitutes a war crime, William Julié recalls the need to distinguish between jus ad bellum and jus in bello. It is also essential to determine the civilian or military nature of the infrastructures affected...

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Volodymyr Zelensky says Russia committed "400 war crimes" in Kherson

Documentation of evidence of the commission of war crimes, including the report of the UN Commission of Inquiry that visited Ukraine, has begun in Ukraine, which makes it possible to provide precise figures and concrete evidence of the commission of war crimes on Ukrainian territory.

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