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March 07, 2022

Investigating possible war crimes in Ukraine

By Jeffrey Edmonds

Bombing and encircling civilians in cities, indications that cluster bombs may have been dropped. Is Russia committing war crimes in Ukraine? Jeffrey Edmonds weighs in on WBUR's On Point.

Listen to the full interview from WBUR.

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