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U.S. collecting evidence of war crimes

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Antony Blinken (U.S. secretary of state) speaks in a joint news conference held with the Lithuanian foreign ministry, Vilnius, Lithuania on March 7, 2022.

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NOTE FROM THE EDITOR: The graphic image in this article shows soldiers taking human remains.

According to a spokesperson from the National Security Council, evidence has been collected that Russia committed war crimes in its ongoing invasion against Ukraine. This was disclosed by NBC News’ Monday NBC News correspondent.

A spokesperson for the U.S. stated that they are investigating Russia’s possible violations of international law and human rights.

According to NBC News, a spokesperson said that Russia’s brutal tactics are alarming and that more innocent civilians have been hit by Russian strikes. These have reportedly struck schools, hospitals and kindergartens as well as residential buildings and people fleeing through humanitarian corridors.

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According to them, “We’re gathering evidence regarding possible war crimes, human right abuses and violations of international humanitarian laws.” We support accountability with every available tool, even criminal prosecutions when appropriate.

NOTE TO EDITORS: Graphic Content / On March 2nd, 2022, police officers prepared to extricate the remains of those who were killed by an airstrike on Kyiv’s Main Television Tower.

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