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War Crimes in Ukraine - The Destruction
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War Crimes in Ukraine - The Destruction

4500 homes in Barvinkove have been damaged or completely destroyed. The bulk of the town’s 8000 residents have already fled.

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War crimes in Ukraine

Victims offer a harrowing glimpse inside Ukraine war crime allegations against Russia. Anthony Galloway and Kate Geraghty report.

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Zelensky fires top officials over agency collaboration with Russians

Zelensky fires top officials over agency collaboration with Russians

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskiy cleared house overnight as Russia warned that any attack on its control of Crimea will prompt a “Judgment Day” response.

  • by Tom Balmforth and Max Hunder
Inside the Ukraine war crimes investigation, Part 3: The resistance
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Inside the Ukraine war crimes investigation, Part 3: The resistance

Outnumbered and outgunned, a brave few Ukrainian civilians have fought back against the Russian onslaught, forming resistance units to defend homes and loved ones.

  • by Anthony Galloway and Kate Geraghty
Inside the Ukraine war crimes investigation, Part 2: Torture cells
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Inside the Ukraine war crimes investigation, Part 2: Torture cells

A railway station basement and a schoolroom still show telltale signs of their transformation into places of torture for those who know where to look.

  • by Anthony Galloway and Kate Geraghty
This unlikely British contender for PM is good news for Australia

This unlikely British contender for PM is good news for Australia

Even if Tom Tugendhat did not make it into No. 10, he would make a lasting difference in Britain’s engagement with the world and would be strongly welcomed by Australia.

  • by Philip Citowicki
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Warning sirens sound in Kyiv as Russia steps up long-range bombardment

Warning sirens sound in Kyiv as Russia steps up long-range bombardment

Undeterred by its killing of a four-year-old with Down Syndrome, Russia is pounding south and south-western Ukrainian cities.

  • by Raju Gopalakrishnan
Inside the Ukraine war crimes investigation, Part 1: The Missing
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Inside the Ukraine war crimes investigation, Part 1: The Missing

When most of Ukraine is a crime scene, who will bear witness to mass atrocities? We reveal some of the victims who want to tell the world what happened.

  • by Anthony Galloway and Kate Geraghty
Bracing for a long war, Macron warns people of power rationing

Bracing for a long war, Macron warns people of power rationing

In an interview to coincide with Bastille Day, the French President said the country would enter a period of energy sobriety because Russia was weaponising gas supplies.

  • by Jade le Deley
Putin’s war aggravates Australia’s economic challenges: Treasurer

Putin’s war aggravates Australia’s economic challenges: Treasurer

“Russia’s ongoing invasion of Ukraine is a major obstacle to our goals,” Jim Chalmers told a G20 meeting in Bali.

  • by Rachel Clun
Scott Morrison accuses China of supporting Putin’s war crimes

Scott Morrison accuses China of supporting Putin’s war crimes

In his return to the world stage, the former prime minister has lashed out at China for buying Russian wheat instead of Australian grain.

  • by Latika Bourke