As evidence grows of the cruel treatment and extrajudicial execution of Ukrainian captives, legal and human rights bodies are building strategies for prosecution.
Large teams of forensic experts work together with law enforcement officers and criminologists to collect evidence for future trials.
Legislative solutions sought to help lift long-standing obstacles to pursuing the Russian government in national courts.
“I don't have any emotions right now. All my tears have been cried.”
Nearly six months of Russian occupation have left behind a terrible legacy.
Authorities struggle to contain anger over a citizen’s unexplained death in detention.
Calls for convicted killer to be handed over to serve sentence.
Relatives of both of state security operatives and insurgents say they are subject to harassment from the other side.
A Chechen journalist recalls the part Anna Politkovskaya played in his life – and that of many others.