Explainer-How could Russia’s Putin be prosecuted for war crimes in Ukraine?

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By Jacqueline Thomsen and Mike Scarcella (Reuters) – Germany, France and other countries have accused Russia of war crimes in the town of Bucha just outside Ukraine’s capital Kyiv. The mayor of Bucha said on Saturday that 300 residents had been killed by Russian troops during a month-long occupation. Victims were seen by Reuters in a mass grave and lying in the streets. The Russian defence ministry in Moscow did not immediately reply to a request for comment when asked on Sunday about bodies found in Bucha. Russia has previously denied targeting civilians and rejected allegations of war crimes…

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Uganda announces withdrawal of troops from east Congo

Published by Reuters KAMPALA (Reuters) -Uganda will pull troops from neighbouring Democratic Republic of Congo in two weeks, the military said on Tuesday, after a joint operation against Islamist insurgents since late last year. President Yoweri Museveni’s government sent hundreds of soldiers into east Congo in December to join the Congolese military in an assault […]