Ukraine intends to submit new evidence on Ilovaisk tragedy to International Criminal Court

The Prosecutor General’s Office of Ukraine intends to transfer the collected evidence regarding the Ilovaisk tragedy in 2014 to the International Criminal Court in the near future in order to resolve the issue of initiating proceedings, Deputy Prosecutor General Giunduz Mammedov said. “Evidence of an aggressive war against Ukraine and financing of terrorism has also […]

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Russia continues to supply arms in Libya

Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov Monday called for an immediate cease-fire to end the almost decadelong Libyan civil war and said Moscow sought for the conflict to be resolved through dialogue. Though Russia has been calling for dialogue, a new U.N. report brought to light last week that Moscow’s support for Libya’s putschist general had […]

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