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3 nations join international team probing Ukraine war crimes


Associated Press

THE HAGUE, Netherlands (AP) — Three more nations have joined an international investigation team probing war crimes in Ukraine. Meanwhile, the International Criminal Court prosecutor said Tuesday that he plans to open an office in Kyiv. The announcements come amid ongoing calls for those responsible for atrocities since Russia’s invasion to be brought to justice. Estonia, Latvia and Slovakia signed an agreement during a two-day coordination meeting in The Hague to join Lithuania, Poland and Ukraine in the Joint Investigation Team that will help coordinate the sharing of evidence of atrocities through European Union judicial cooperation agency Eurojust. ICC Prosecutor Karim Khan says the teamwork underscores the international community’s commitment to the rule of law.

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