World must learn lessons from previous processes to ensure accountability – or risk facilitating future conflicts.
With some 1.5 million Ukrainians already expelled to Russia, legal experts weigh options for prosecution.
Organisation allowed fog of war to obscure legal context of active conflict.
This week’s overview of key events and links to essential reading.
Western weapons have enabled Ukrainian forces to hit Russian ammunition depots, tilting the balance on the battlefield.
The occupying forces are appointing local sympathisers to run services and private enterprises in the southern region. But it’s not working out as planned.
Saltivka was home to a third of the city’s population; Russian attacks turned it into a wasteland.
Last year’s oligarch law allowed the country’s wealthiest man to discard an unprofitable business without hurting his reputation.
Families remain in the dark as no international organisations have been granted access to the prison in eastern Ukraine where at least 53 people were killed.
Tens of thousands in Crimea and eastern Ukraine have been recruited to fight on behalf of the occupying forces.